During the past summer we spent many evenings on the front portch with our guests from Hungary. While having a conversation we thought we would experiment with the camera with long exposures. Here is one of the results.
Today, was an exceptional day and Joe and I spent it outside cleaning the perennial beds. We took out all of the debris and garden leaves and put them in a heap on the compost pile.
It is just incredible that we are getting 10 degree days so late in the fall. But, hay, I'll take it with a smile.
Warren and Stacia have decided to move back to the city. They are selling their home in Burford for just under $300,00. I hope they are happy back in the city.
Lately, I have been taking pictures in Victoria Park in Kitchener. For such a small park it is still very beautiful. And what better time to stroll through the park than the fall. These photos have been taken with my Blackberry that has a 3.2 megapixel camera attached.
Victoria Park is very special to me, because I grew up in Kitchener. I long remember the trecks to the park to play on the swings and slides on our way to the Municipal pool at Queen and Highland Road.
I remember the skating on the pond and actually skating our way down to the pond on Park Street.