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Sunset Trip to the Ottawa Remic Rapids

The Ottawa Remic Rapids

On a fine summery fall evening, our family of two set out for a sunset trip to the Ottawa Remic Rapids. As many photographer’s vacations and excursions go, we photograph everyone else having fun. Don’t worry, we enjoy it (most of the time!).

Did you know that the same man, comes to the Ottawa Remic Rapids every year and builds new sculptures? Yep. His name is John Felice Ceprano, and he’s been doing it since 1986. Here’s the scoop!


Alex even built a cute little Inukshuk to go along the many others. Can you tell what it is?

Did you guess? It’s ME taking photos of the Ottawa Remic Rapids!

And since I’ve made a pact to always be IN the photos instead of just capturing them, no matter the way I look in the moment, here’s one for our ‘book of life’.

Ottawa Remic Rapids Inukshuk Skulpture

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