Needless to say, going in the middle of winter results in plain white snow covered photographs. So my search was to find something … anything of interest that wasn’t simply a tree covered in snow. During our visit we walked most of the trail system except the one large loop that has an old abandoned car. That would have made for an interesting photo and in hindsight I should have requested we find the car, but that will have to be for another visit. Continue Reading →
In September 2018 my father and I did a road trip to Kingston to participate in the thorough 2.5hr tour of the Kingston Penitentiary Museum. This tour is very well spoken of and we learned why. It is very well ran and very interesting. What helped make the tour so good was the retired staff that worked as tour guides in various areas of the prison. To listen to them talk about first hand experiences when they were employed at the prison added an incredible amount of detail and interest to the tour. Continue Reading →
In September 2017 my wife and I went to Old Quebec City for a three day visit to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary. This was my first time to Quebec City and our goal while visiting was to focus on the popular tourist destination of the Old Quebec City district.
For this trip we took the VIA Rail train from Ottawa to Old Quebec City. Taking the train is a great way to travel. It is very comfortable, relaxing and quiet. Our time going through both Ottawa and Quebec City train stations were very quick and enjoyable. The route from Ottawa to Quebec City has several stops, so a one-way trip takes approximately six hours. Six hours may seem like a long time, but on the ride back it gave me ample time to work on my laptop to cull and edit my photographs from our three day visit to Old Quebec City. Continue Reading →
Mid September 2017 my wife and I visited the popular MOSAICANADA 150 garden in Gatineau, Quebec. This unique and impressive garden was created as part of the popular Canada 150 years of history celebrations. The garden is located in the “Parc Jacques-Cartier” (Jacques-Cartier Park) next to the Alexandra Bridge. Here is a Google Map link to the exact location. Continue Reading →
Shortly after purchasing the Canon 24mm F2.8 S.C.C. and the Rokinon 8mm F2.8 fisheye (purchased at two different times of the year) I did a couple walk arounds of the Fleming College campus in Peterborough Ontario. It was a great subject to explore in my search of interesting design and architectural elements. Continue Reading →