Friday, November 23, 2007

Odds and Ends

I have been very busy lately and have not had much time to take and post pictures here. I have had some of these pictures sitting in my temp folder waiting for a time when I can post them here. I guess today is the day. They are a random bunch that hopefully you will enjoy.
#1 - Rothesay Yacht Club.
#2 - Near Alma New Brunswick.
#3 - Trans Canada Highway near to Nackawic New Brunswick
#4 - Saint John Harbour
#5 - Sunset taken from the side of the 4-lane in Woodstock, New Brunswick.
#6 - Rothesay, New Brunswick
#7 - Railway bridge over the Hammond River as seen from the Hammond River Road.
#8 - Sandpiper near Redhead
#9 - Time exposure at the Rothesay Yacht Club
#10 - My back yard.

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Odds and Ends from October 2007

Here are an assortment of pictures from October. I suppose you know by now I like red leaves.
#1, 2 & 4 - Kingston Peninsula Montages.
#5 & 6 - Hampton.
#7, 8 & 9 - Sunrise near Canterbury.
#10 - St Paul's in Rothesay.
#11 and 12 - View of Belleisle Cove from Adair's Lodge on the Kingston Peninsula.
#13 - Looking up in my back yard.
#14 - Close-up of a maple tree. Not a panoroma.
#15 - Red leaves beside the Hampton Road in Quispamsis.
#16 - Sunrise on the Hammond River Road.

Near Nackawick - New Brunswick

I haven't been able to stop and take pictures from this particular location as much as I want to. Here are two pictures.
#1 - October 25 2007
#2 - September 20 2007

Meductic New Brunswick Sunrise

I could not resist stopping and taking these pictures as I drove along the Trans Canada Highway to Woodstock.

Kingston Peninsula - Old House

Here are some pictures I took of an old abandoned house on the Kingston Peninsula. We were careful not to disturb anything other than the odd Ghost. These pictures are in no particular order. These pictures prove that rainy days are not meant for sitting inside, they are ideal times for great photos.

Waterloo Street, Saint John

I had an idea a while back to walk any street in Saint John and photograph whatever caught my eye. I started on Waterloo Street but didn't get very far. Here is what caught my eye that day. I only managed to get a few feet from my car before my cell phone rang.