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KAP 2008-17: Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. April 6, 2008.

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Mooney's Bay Beach and Park on the Rideau River during the spring thaw. The terrain is quite flat here and with having had very deep snow this year the area was essentially almost a metre deep in slush. It was quite the wet experience, especially when crossing the open area near the small bridges. The bridges were amongst trees, so to avoid kite line tangles I had to cross the buried streams themselves, sinking down through the slush to water level. The things we do for a photograph.

These photographs were taken with Kite Aerial Photography (KAP).

Mooney's Bay beach on the Rideau River in Ottawa, Ontario.

Mooney's Bay beach on the Rideau River in Ottawa, Ontario.

The park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario. Across the river in line with the apartment towers is the location of the Rideau Canoe Club.

The park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario. Across the river in line with the apartment towers is the location of the Rideau Canoe Club.

Tree and shadows in the park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario.

Tree and shadows in the park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario.

Path and lamp post in the park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario.

Path and lamp post in the park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario.

Overhead view of the bleachers (grandstand) at the Terry Fox multipurpose field (soccer, football, track) which is located beside the park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario.

Overhead view of the bleachers (grandstand) at the Terry Fox multipurpose field (soccer, football, track) which is located beside the park at Mooney's Bay, Ottawa, Ontario.

You can see additional pictures from my KAP 2008-17 outing in the Kite Aerial Photography Gallery on my website.



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  • Fatima on

    Hello,
    I am a grade 7 student and doing currently a research about Mooney’s Bay park. I made many research to try to find why the park was called by “Mooney’s Bay”, but couldn’t find any answer. If any one can help me, it would be gratly appreciated. Thank you!


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