Posts Tagged ‘people’
1/40s, f10, 800ISO, autoWB, 18mm.
On a quick respite from a course indoors, I went outside to enjoy more of the old buildings at Queen’s.
1/500s, f4.5, 200ISO, autoWB, 50mm p.
Well the maple syrup season has been an interesting learning experience. We didn’t get too sticky but our syrup is crystallizing rapidly so we need to invest in a hygrometer for next year.
It was pretty easy to remove the taps from the trees but T was gentle, using a small piece of wood as a brace.
1/30s, f3.8, 200ISO, autoWB, 24mm.
I made my family come help me empty the sap buckets today and had to post this one of my sister marvelling at the amount.
1/25s, f5, 800ISO, autoWB, 24mm.
There is a mini exhibit at the Brighton Public Library of hooked rugs. This isn’t the loveliest photo however I wanted to share it as the rugs were really interesting. There is a larger exhibit at the Art Gallery of Northumberland on until April 30 called Then and Now, Rug Hooking in Canada.
1/60s, f4, 400ISO, autoWB, 8.8mm (P7100). cropped
My camera’s on the fritz so thankfully my backup camera is charged up. This fun sculpture is located just outside the Tea Room at the entrance to Beamish-Munro Hall (and across from Nicol Hall).