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downriver (colour and b&w)

the lower falls trail of letchworth state park essentially begins at the ‘127 steps’ that lead you lower into the genessee river gorge. once at the bottom of the stairway, the trail splits. to the right will take you right to the falls (as per the previous image post: the lower falls) while to the left will take you towards a bridge and the river itself. this is a downriver view at some point along the ‘left’ trail.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

 

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sawmill at morningstar 2

Sawmill At Morningstar 2

another capture of the sawmill at morningstar mill in st. catharines, ontario – this time from a different vantage point, reflected on the pond on the grounds.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: country scenes

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autumn at morningstar

Autumn At Morningstar

morningstar mill in all it’s fall colour splendour! the right-hand building is the grist mill that still produces flour during the summer and early fall months. the red structure on the left represents the sawmill that was once operating on the site. both reflected  on a small pond that is fed by lake gibson, a man-made reservoir that provides water to the city of st. catharines. the water eventually tumbles at decew falls, just beyond the buildings.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: country scenes

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mystery vessel revisited

Mystery Vessel Revisted

now living in the area, this mystery vessel visible from the qew (queen elizabeth way) stationed in jordan harbour near st. catharines, ontario, is readily accessible.

there does not seem to be a definitive story about this vessel. apparently it is (was) a replica of la grande hermine; the carrack that brought jacques cartier to this continent in 1535.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: miscellaneous & still life

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a whisper of blue light 1 & 2

A Whisper Of Blue Light 1

A Whisper Of Blue Light 2

A wide angle view (#1) and a closer view (#2) as dusk was settling in and that period of blue light made its appearance over the Toronto skyline.

these photographs can be found in the following gallery: cityscapes

 

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contact

Contact

the same tree as ‘perched’ (the previous image posted); a tad later, as dusk was setting in… a mirror image produced in the digital darkroom.

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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morning reflection

Morning Reflection

while i was waiting for the fog to sort itself out on this morning, i was greeted by this scene at the entrance to new harbour, newfoundland.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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from the old dock

From The Old Dock

this is the scene that greeted me at green’s harbour – a fishing village on the south shore of trinity bay in newfoundland – on that crazy, foggy morning when i was trying to capture shag rock in whiteway.

i debated about releasing this image as is… i composed the scene with the end of the dock showing in a way that it would not interrupt the reflection of the vessels. in my minds eye, i would just edit it out… but the more i looked at it, the less i wanted to remove the dock.

thoughts?

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: miscellaneous & still life

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at rest on salmon bay

At Rest On Salmon Bay

while visiting the town of st. anthony in the great northern peninsula of newfoundland, i met a new friend, robin g., who was heading home. he offered to show me around the area he lived in before i continued on to corner brook further south. we first made our way through the tiny village of main brook. this was photographed from water st., looking out towards devarenne (bushy) island on salmon bay.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: waterscapes

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