I always liked to observe the architectural patterns in Ottawa, especially when mirroring in glass windows. Here there are some representative images from my multiple photos I took in Canada’s capital when I used to live there. You can see some representing patterns, intersecting lines, rows and geometry in the architecture of this beautiful old and new city.
#1 – Window reflections and architectural patterns, downtown Ottawa
#2 – Lines and patterns of a modern office building on Spark street, Ottawa. It’s all glass, steel and concrete.
Blue on blue: cubic shapes, reflections, shadows and intersecting lines – TD Bank Glass office building, downtown Ottawa
#3 – Old and New
Here are some reflections of the historic Parliament architecture reflected in the modern buildings across the street.
And this looks like a perfect puzzle, all created by the glass reflections – no Photoshop involved:
I don’t know how they managed to do that, but this is what I saw on a side of the still and glass buildings downtown. The Canadian dollar bill enlarged and also showing the queen’s portrait was there as an advertising for something. I couldn’t resist to take the photo 🙂
#4 – My favorite is Ottawa’s art Museum glass tower
At night it gets illuminated in a red ruby color. Is it not pretty?