A large Canadian flag flaps in the breeze at Sackville Landing in Halifax Harbour and it can be seen reflecting in the windows of a glass office building in downtown Halifax in Nova Scotia. On these tall buildings with so many reflective windows, on a clear and bright day it is easy to see objects reflecting such as this flag.
Sackville Landing is located in the Halifax Harbour and is a historic place to visit in Nova Scotia and is a favourite place to go if you are a fan of the sea and ships.
The current Canadian flag was selected in 1965 and has been a strong symbol of what Canada stands for in the world ever since. The large red maple leaf in the centre has long been known as a symbol of Canada and this one has eleven points on it, which do not, although some think so, represent the ten Canadian provinces and one territory.
Canadians are a proud race of people and they often feel very endearing towards their country; many Canadians when they travel will sew many flags to their backpacks so that other nations know where they are from. The flag, anywhere it is displayed, is a way of saying that Canadians are proud to be in this country that has a little something to offer everyone.
Large Canadian Flag flying at Sackville Landing reflecting in the windows of a building in downtown Halifax, Halifax Metro, Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/7.1, exposure time of 1/160 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 250mm.
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