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Our never ending quest for nature and power…
A fine day for a ferry ride across Lake Ontario, and to shoot some time lapse video. A pair of time lapse videos, the first shot onboard the M.V. Glenora on the crossing between Glenora and Adolphustown , the second … Continue reading
I was heading out of Picton and Glenora to catch the ferry when I saw a few, then a few groups, and then a lot of cyclists wear white outfits emblazoned with CCCP in big red letters. What the heck? … Continue reading
The keystone arch dam at Jones falls is constructed of interlocking tapered vertical stones. The dam is one of the most spectacular engineering structure on the Rideau Canal, and is one of the first of its type in the world. … Continue reading
The swing bridge at Lower Brewers is an authentic replacement that replaces the original 1872 structure and is one of only four still in operation on the Rideau Canal System, the others at Kilmarnock, Nicholsons, and Brass Point. The swing … Continue reading
Lower Brewers Lockstation is located at the south end of a widening of the Cataraqui River, which forms a small, shallow lake. The lock was built on the east bank of the river in a short excavated channel that created … Continue reading
Water levels along the Rideau Canal are controlled largely by overflow dams or retaining dams that include a waste weir. A waste weir provides a means of removing excess water from the canal and provides a means of draining a … Continue reading
It’s always easier to hide in a berry patch than in a field of corn that has not grown tall…
This is a bit on the small side but I think it qualifies as a barn. I love the weathered wood and tin roof – but what a shame to see this buildings just rot away.