Knox Presbyterian Church
This is Knox Presbyterian Church and is the next architecturally interesting building in this mini tour of Waterloo. It’s across the road from the Clay and Glass Gallery. This church was recently completed – replacing the previous church built in the 50’s. I think the design fits in well with this area of town.
Tomorrow we will go down the street back toward the Seagram Lofts to look at another building from a different era.
This is a 3 exposure HDR with post processing in Photoshop and Topaz filters.
Abraham Erb’s Grist Mill
This is a replica of Abraham Erb’s Grist Mill, in Waterloo. The original was built by Waterloo’s first settler – Abraham Erb. It is located at the south east corner of Waterloo Park. In a around this area are a number of interesting buildings to photograph. There is the Perimeter Institute, The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Centre for International Governance Innovation, The Seagram Lofts, the new Knox Presbyterian Church and the Waterloo Central Railway Station. I posted the Seagram Lofts yesterday and I will post the others in this series over the next few days.
This was shot as a 3 exposure HDR, converted to B&W and some of the colour blended back in.