Peace and Freedom* atop the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
A couple viewing the memorial.
A bit different this week.
* From wikipedia [link]: Symbolically, two 5.33-metre-high (17.5 ft) allegories of peace and freedom stand at the apex of the arch, their proximity to each other representing the inseparability of the two concepts, under which the depictions of 22 Canadian service-men, from all branches of the forces engaged in the First World War in historically correct uniforms, move towards the call of duty.
Sunrise making the swamp look pretty.
I've had the opportunity* to re-visit and re-edit old images while I put together a new Lr catalogue after the master corrupted (think I've mentioned this before.).
Posted this image previously, but in this new version I've lightened up the foreground.
*lemons, lemon-aid, etc.