A few weekends ago, Sarah, Justin and I visited the Diefenbunker, a huge four-storey underground bunker that was designed to house crucial elements of the Canadian government during the Cold War in the event of a nuclear strike. The bunker is named after former Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker and is now open to the public as a museum. It was really interesting to learn about the Cold War and Canada’s history in it, from possible Canadian targets to how many nuclear test were conducted on North American soil, and to snap a few photos as well. My favourite shot of the day, pictured above, is looking up the blast tunnel on the way down to the bunker. The entire set of photos is available under a Creative Commons Attribution non-Commerical license for those who may be interested in using these photos for a project.