This is a common site on a Sunday morning in the countryside around St. Jacobs where I live. St. Jacobs is often referred to as “Mennonite Country”.
This Monday April 18th I will be at “A Taste of Woolwich” with a display of my photography. Come on out and say Hi and discover what tasty treats Woolwich has to offer. See the information below and follow the link to the poster. (one of my photographs is at the top of the poster.) Admission is Free!!
A Taste of Woolwich
Monday April 18, 5:00-8:00 pm,
Woodside Bible Fellowship, 200 Barnswallow Dr., Elmira
Meet your local food producers, buy and sample locally produced foods (cash sales only), see and buy work by resident artists, hear the Local Vocals. Featuring
· Stock Talk: Make nutritious bone broth from local ingredients by Jill Weaver – 5:30 pm
· Sounds of Woolwich: Enjoy the delightful harmonies of the Local Vocals – 6:15 pm
· What’s your “gut” feeling? Keeping your digestive tract healthy by Dr. Emma Allen-Vercoe – 7 pm
Everyone welcome! No charge. Donations welcome!
A Taste of Woolwich poster http://www.healthywoolwich.org/…/112069%20PHE%20HL%20Taste%…
Although this looks like a late fall shot it was actually taken Dec. 28th. This time last year we had quite a bit more snow! It won’t be long before this is snow covered and when it is I will try to get back and take another shot.
This Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 25 & 26 is the Kissing Bridge Trail Studio Tour. A total of 15 artists will have their art on display and for sale. I’m looking forward to meeting all who can make it out. Check this link for the list of artist and the locations. http://www.kbtstudiotour.ca/artists.html
This past Saturday I hosted a Worldwide Photo Walk event in St. Jacobs Ontario.
Check out the link to my flickr page for more photo’s https://www.flickr.com/photos/villagephotography/sets/72157648741703662/
This footbridge can be found on the Health Valley Trail that meanders its way along the Conestogo River between the villages of St. Jacobs and Conestogo. It is a beautiful and relaxing spot!
The effect applied to this photo is a result of multiple process from HDR to texture blending. I just kept experimenting with it until I got a look I liked.
Sunrise over the Conestogo River this weekend with the water running at the limit of the banks.