Canadian Museum of History

Hands down one of the coolest buildings in the country. I first visited the Canadian Museum of History back in 1993 when it was known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization and was blown away both by the contents of the museum and the architecture. I heard somewhere that there is not a single right angle in this building (not sure if it’s true). The various curves, levels, and contrasts between light bricks and dark windows make it a fantastic building to photograph.

Canadian Museum of History (1/1000s, f/2.8, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/1000s, f/2.8, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/320s, f/4, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/320s, f/4, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/1000s, f/2.8, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/1000s, f/2.8, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/1000s, f/6.3, ISO400)

Canadian Museum of History (1/1000s, f/6.3, ISO400)

Canadian Museum of History (1/320s, f/10, ISO400)

Canadian Museum of History (1/320s, f/10, ISO400)

Canadian Museum of History (1/800s, f/8, ISO400)

Canadian Museum of History (1/800s, f/8, ISO400)

Canadian Museum of History (1/1250s, f/3.2, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/1250s, f/3.2, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/400s, f/4, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/400s, f/4, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/500s, f/3.2, ISO100)

Canadian Museum of History (1/500s, f/3.2, ISO100)

Hand Rail (1/500s, f/4.5, ISO100)

Hand Rail (1/500s, f/4.5, ISO100)

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