The Rideau canal, a 202 km waterway was built in 1832 to protect Canada from an America invasion after the war of 1812. It is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America.
Every winter, Canada’s capital boasts the largest naturally frozen skating rink in the world. Which is no surprise since Ottawa is regularly in the running for coldest capital city in the world.
I love skating on the Rideau. When I took this image it was cold and snowing and I was photographing as I skated trying to keep snow off the lens and compose a composition that I felt exemplified what it's like to skate on this iconic frozen waterway.
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