Nokia flip phone photography
Ottawa River view of the Supreme Court of Canada.
Parliament Hill, Ottawa.
Stairway to Ottawa Locks, Rideau Canal.
Wellington Street, Ottawa, Canada.
Statue of Sir Galahad in front of Parliament Hill, Ottawa.
Good ole Duke, our dachshund. He passed away in 2013 at the ripe old age of 17.
The old Laura Secord shop at Bank and Queen, Ottawa.
Gatineau Hot Air Balloon Festival flight over Centretown Ottawa.
The former Ottawa City Hall on Green Island.
Ottawa Locks, Rideau Canal.
Ottawa River walk below Parliament Hill, Ottawa.
View of Bank Street under reconstruction, from my apartment balcony. What a mess that year.
Confederation Park, Ottawa.
Sunday morning coffee.
Central Canada Exhibition, Lansdowne Park, Ottawa.
Ride to Rideau Falls.
Olympic flame on its way to the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, on Bank Street in Ottawa.
Waiting for my kidney transplant clinic appointment.
View of Confederation Park from the Lord Elgin Hotel.
Riverside Hospital, Ottawa.
My only camera in 2009 was a Nokia 2720 flip phone. I used it to take these snapshots. They are straight from the camera. Image quality is what it is, but I think they have a certain charm, not unlike cheap toy film cameras of the past. I had many more pictures from this camera, but they were accidentally deleted. Welcome to digital photography.