I’m extremely behind with my photo organization having taken a lot of photos and currently not having enough time to spend with the computer.
I will be posting soon so keep your feed readers tuned!
1/50s, f9, 400ISO, autoWB, 38mm.
Today I explored the campus of SNHU by foot and bicycle. I saw walkways, instruction buildings, old houses, and residence halls old (Chocorua, Cranmore and Attitash, Whittier and Greeley) and new (Washington, Tuckerman and Hampton, Lincoln and Conway). After lunch, I rode north to Martin’s Cemetery. From there, I found a little path that went into the woods but it being New Hampshire, I decided not to adventure far down this path – although I did glimpse the pond from the woods.
1/60s, f7.1, 200ISO, autoWB, 18mm.
J, A, and J get ready to start ramming the wall of a house in the municipality of Marlborough. (I’ll show you the wall section next week.)
1/50s, f8, 200ISO, autoWB, 18mm.
I spent a quiet moment beside Barnes Creek (which feeds into Kemptville Creek) on Parkinson St. in Kemptville. I walked over eight kilometres today visiting sites around Kemptville like the armoury and pool in Riverside Park, a unique school, Ontario Agricultural College, churches (St. John’s United, St. Paul’s Presbyterian, and St. James Anglican), and stone buildings (at Clothier East and Sanders, 22 Clothier West, and 8 Clothier West). I also appreciated a tasty lunch and (sometimes) quiet at Geronimo and the washrooms and internet at the library.
1/80s, f9, 200ISO, autoWB, 25mm. 14:08
1/125s, f9, 200ISO, autoWB, 25mm. 14:03
1/80s, f9, 200ISO, autoWB, 25mm. 14:10
While I don’t think this is the most successful triptych, I wanted to show these three houses, located at 206 Joseph, 110 Asa, and 216 Joseph in Kemptville. At the time, I didn’t realize they are the same house plan (but I think much nicer than today’s subdivisions).
I saw quite a few other interesting houses in Kemptville which can be seen on panoramio: 823 Prescott, 604 Prescott, 314 Prescott, 230 Prescott, 209 Joseph, 230 Joseph, 301 Jack, 300 and 302 Clothier St. East, and 104 Clothier St. East.