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The four Ottawa River aerial photographs below were taken by Raymond Nash, who photographs the Ottawa Valley from a Challenger 11 Ultralight Aircraft.
The first rapid of the popular whitewater rafting section of the Ottawa River near Foresters Falls.
Pembroke and the Ottawa River just before freeze-up.
This photo was taken just past the Petawawa point looking towards Quebec.
Three views of the large rapids in the south channel of the Ottawa River between Morrison Island and Beckett's Island (south of Pembroke).
Morrison Island Maple Bush.
Morrison Island mushrooms.
Geese near the Pembroke Marina at sunset.
Across the Ottawa River from Deep River, in Pontiac County, Quebec.
This photo was taken from the top of the mountain, looking south-west at part of the Ontario portion of the watershed.
"Reflections" Submitted by Al Perfitt. Taken in Summer 2003, Black Bay, near Arnprior.
Red maple leaves near Hurds Lake.
"The creek" that flows out of Hurds Lake (near Renfrew) toward the Bonnechere River.