Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Countryside and/or Small Towns

This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Countryside and/or Small Towns.

When I first moved to southern Ontario 19 years ago I lived in a small town for 8 years before moving to the countryside.

This is a section of High Street, Southampton, Ontario early on a Saturday morning. I lived a few yards off High Street for around 7 years.

One Word Sunday: Window.

 

The range light at the mouth of the Saugeen River at sunrise. On the Lake Huron shoreline in Southampton. Taken from Dominion Lookout at the bottom of High Street.

Friendly Friday: Tourism.

 

This is a local back road on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario near where I have lived for 11 years.

A spring back road.

 

An old barn on a back road on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.

Evening light on an old barn.

 

A bush section of a local back road on the South Bruce Peninsula on Christmas day a couple of years ago.

Snow covered back road on Christmas day.

9 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Countryside and/or Small Towns”

    1. It was when I lived there. It gone upmarket since then with skyrocketing property prices spurred on by a nearby nuclear power plant expansion.

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