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Rob's Photo Blog — water treatment

Aerial photos of the Ottawa River on display at the offices of Ottawa Riverkeeper

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I have recently been invited to display 5 photographs in the entranceway to the offices of the Ottawa Riverkeeper - ottawariverkeeper.ca These are kite aerial phographs of the Ottawa River. This exhibit will be on display for a six month period, to the end of May. The offices are above Trailhead on the third floor. So the next time you drop by the Trailhead store, go through the office entrance at the left and up to the third floor to room 301. Nov 20, 2012 to approx. May 31, 2013 Ottawa Riverkeeper 301-1960 Scott Street Ottawa, ON K1Z 8L8 Here...

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KAP 2011-3 - Where the Madawaska meets the Ottawa - January 29, 2011

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This session took place at the Arnprior Municipal Marina where aerial views of the city of Arnprior and the Madawaska River were taken, including the weir/dam, the construction of the new water treatment facility, the marina which is also under redevelopment, and the mouth of the Madawaska River where it enters into the Ottawa River. Arnprior Weir. The curved dam across the Madawaska River alongside the bridge which is Madawaska Boulevard. You can see several bridges upstream and at the top left is the Arnprior Generating Station holding back the river which turns sharply to the right and across the...

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