This is my contribution to day five of Becky’s January Squares: Light photo challenge.
This is Berford Street in Wiarton on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada approximately 45 minutes before sunrise just before Christmas. There’s quite a few different light sources with the various lights down the street.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: Architecture Digestif.
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 One Word Sunday: Triangles challenge.
A big triangle over the door and a variety of triangles formed by the handrail at the Royal Bank of Canada in Wiarton, Ontario, Canada.
This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Roofs.
Last weekend I was in Southampton, Ontario, Canada early on Saturday morning. I noticed the variety of roof styles on the High Street and took a photo.
This is my contribution to the Tuesday Photo Challenge: City.
The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben through some light mist from the south bank of the River Thames in London, England.
This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Framing The Shot.
I had a couple of ideas for the challenge but nothing that stood out. But inspiration came when I was working on my Monochrome Monday post.
That’s when I realised that the wooden structure on Berford Street in Wiarton would make a real, if somewhat large, frame. So on Sunday afternoon I positioned myself to be looking out at the street through the structure.
Monochrome Monday travels back a week to an early morning walk around the local town after photographing the sunrise.
I don’t know how many times I have walked past or through this wood structure on Berford Street, Wiarton. I have no idea what it’s supposed to be or represent. The path behind it is steeper than it looks in the photo and leads to a parking area. In the winter it can be treacherous when there’s snow and ice on it.