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three daisies

Three Daisiesa family outing to the charming town of elora upon our return to southern ontario. on our approach into the famed elora gorge, these three near-perfect daisies were screaming to be photographed…

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: flowers, plants & trees

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the inn

The Inn

the original grist mill in elora, ontario was constructed in 1833 and was known as the drimmie mill until it ceased operations around 1974. it was then converted into a 32-room inn called the elora mill inn. in 2010, it was sold and has been closed since for renovations. the plan is to expand the site as a banquet facility and hotel, as well as constructing an adjoining condominium complex. there is slated to be a covered bridge between the existing structure and the new one(s) across the grand river.

this is the elora mill in, as it stood, in july of 2014.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: architecture

 

 

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renewal

Renewal

elora is a picturesque small town in southern ontario on the banks of the grand and irvine rivers. it is home to the scenic elora gorge with its 80-foot cliffs descending into said rivers.

i had not been there in a few years and was astonished to find the elora mill inn closed for renovations – major ones at that. the leftmost building in the frame is the inn; the structure on the left foreground is the original bridge into town; the buildings on the right along the grand river are home to shops, galleries and restaurants.

this is a 6 frame stitched panorama photographed in the late afternoon of a beautiful summer’s day.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: cityscapes

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