Doors Open Waterloo Region – Middleton Water Pumping Station
The Middleton Water Pumping Station is located in the Galt section of Cambridge. It was built in 1890-91 when Galt became the first local community to have a publicly owned waterworks. Little has changed in 100 years with the original ceilings, walls, trim etc. Decommissioned pumps and motors have been wonderfully preserved and are on display. These shots are by both myself and Elizabeth.
This is on of the photos from Wednesday’s photo walk in the Galt section of Cambridge. It is a fountain built for Canada’s Centennial in 1967. It is located in Queen’s Square.
3 exposure HDR, photomatix, noiseware, photoshop, topaz, Lightroom
Group of Four
The best way to improve you photography is to practice and there is no better motivation to practice than to share the experience. The four of us got back together after a busy summer and took some pictures of a classic car show and the architecture of down town Cambridge (Galt). We try to get out at least once a month. Anyone is welcome to join us. If you are in the Kitchener / Waterloo area send me an email and I will let you know when we are going out again.
I’m the only one without a camera in the shot since it is taking the picture on timer. This is actually a 3 exposure HDR. We all sat real still for the longest exposure which was 2.5 seconds.