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330 – Watson’s Mill as seen in Manotick

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Jun 03 2013
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Finally managed to make it down to Manotick, even if it was only for a few minutes to grab this photo of Watson’s Mill. I have to say I was quite impressed with the place. I have seen a lot of mills in complete disrepair but this one looked like it was in pretty good shape. Also the area around it is just perfect for a little picnic or just hanging out on a lazy Sunday! My feeling is I will be heading back one of these days to explore the area properly. Hope everyone has a great start to […]

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258 – Cummings Bridge as seen along the Rideau River

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Mar 23 2013
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Had a little fun with this one! Shot it this afternoon on what has turned out to be a pretty cold spring day. For some reason, I felt like getting a little creative… Hope you enjoy! Let me know what you think? Top or Bottom?   This was the original photo I was planning to post.   [google_map address=’258 – Cummings Bridge as seen along the Rideau River’ coordinates=’45.435678,-75.673268′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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186 – Hog’s Back Falls (Prince of Wales Falls) as seen on a Warm Winter Night

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Jan 10 2013
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I wasn’t going to shoot these falls until the spring but I am glad I was reminded that waterfalls can be just as impressive, if not more in the winter than they can be in the spring. While the falls were mightily impressive, I wish people could have seen me last night. It was the first time that I have really struggled to grab any kind of photo for this challenge. With the snow piled high and the light rain that started to fall during the shoot, I managed to screw up about a dozen or so shots, including all of them that I […]

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128 – “The Lord Strathcona Fountain” as seen in Strathcona Park

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Nov 13 2012
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I don’t think anything can compare to yesterday’s post, so I do apologize in advance if today’s photo seems a little less interesting. Before you today is the Lord Strathcona Fountain sculpted by Marhurin Moreau which stands at the top of the hill on the North side of the park.       [google_map address=’128′ coordinates=’45.428877,-75.673892′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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