A couple of shots of buildings on High Street in Southampton, Ontario, Canada showing the variety of building and architectural styles found in many small Canadian towns.
Another small town in Ontario, Canada. This is the old grocery store in Wiarton on the South Bruce Peninsula. Replaced by a new store on the other side of the town it’s been standing empty for years becoming a bigger eyesore by the month. You would think a town trying to attract more tourists would do something about it.
This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Ignored.
My first thought was of some of the wildlife species that have ignored me when I was photographing them. I thought that idea was to obvious so I watched out for things that are ignored while wandering around Southampton, Ontario, Canada early on Saturday morning.
That was when I noticed people that are probably ignored by a lot of people. Most visitors to the town will never think about people emptying the garbage cans and watering the flower displays.
First there was a council worker emptying the garbage cans on High Street in Southampton.
Then there was another council worker watering the flower displays on High Street in Southampton.