|The Fulford Block 1887-89 - and a good spot for a pub lunch|
I was just getting warmed up. I had tracked down a walking tour guide of the historic buildings of the city. Had on my comfy hill-climbing sandals. We had refreshed ourselves with a walk along the scenic river-front park.
|view from a pub lunch|
We had even found a great pub with an outdoor patio, and enjoyed good beer and salads. Got myself oriented, selected a route for the forced march....walked a half -block or so when that pesky battery warning started blinking at me through the view-finder.
|polychrome slate: a local specialty|
Wall Street Wesleyan Methodist Church 1830
Then nothingness. Nothing except a reminder that is it possible, and indeed, preferable, to wander and look and discuss and appreciate first-hand, without wondering about camera angle, or just right light. Worked out very well actually.
|Hubbell's Building c.1825|
Brockville's own Renaissance palazzo
|Presbyterian church c.1879|
|Publow Terrace, c.1895|