This shot was taken at the Greenwich-Mohawk Brownfield Site located in the Southeast area of Brantford.
3 exposure HDR processed in Photomatix, texture blend using onOne Perfect effects, tweaked with Topaz Adjust.
Wilkes Dam was built by George Samuel Wilkes (1822-1906), mayor of Brantford in 1853, to supply water to his business, Holmedale Mills. It is a popular fishing location in Brantford. Click on the image to see it a little larger.
This is a 5 image panorama stitched in Photoshop CS2. The images are made up of 3 exposure HDR mixed in Photomatix. The final tweaks were done in Lightroom.
This is one of those “in the right place at the right time” shots. We were down-town Brantford Ont. taking a few pictures when I noticed the sun shining through the top of the Clock tower.
The Historic Places website describes it this way. ” The Federal Building in Brantford is located on a prominent corner lot in the downtown core of the city. It is a monumental, reinforced concrete structure with a variety of stone facings. Designed in the Beaux-Arts style, it features a tall clock tower and a row of engaged Ionic columns along the principal elevations.”
Taken at Wilkes Dam Brantford a fisherman tries his luck as the sun breaks through the clouds in the evening.
This was taken outside the Glenhyrst Art Gallery in Brantford. A Creative bike rack for creative people.
Here is a link to Art Gallery’s web site http://www.glenhyrst.ca/
This is another shot taken in Brantford of the Grand River. Now that the golden eggs have hatched the Golden Goose turns the water it touches to Gold!
This statue is at the side of a large house near the train station in Brantford Ontario .
Processed in Lightroom, Photoshop, Topaz.