A couple more shots from the World Wide Photowalk in St. Jacobs. Both ends of the Waterloo Central Railway Engine #9 and the Caboose.
This is another picture taken on the World Wide Photowalk day. I thought is looks like she is working on the harvest which is appropriate for this time of year.
Here are a few shots from the beginning of the World wide Photo walk.
Today was the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk day. I had the pleasure of leading a group of super awesome people on a walk around St. Jacobs Ontario. We had a great time making some new friends! We will be sharing photos here on Flicker http://www.flickr.com/groups/stjacobswwpw/
Our fourth stop on our Doors Open Waterloo Region adventure was the McDougall Cottage in Cambridge. Built c.1858 this grey granite and limestone cottage is an interpretive centre for the Scottish culture. Unique to this cottage is the hand painted friezes and trompe l’oeil ceilings.
Photos by Neil and Elizabeth de Boer. Post processing by Neil