Kingston Area Gallery

 

 

Kingston Landmarks Gallery

Kingston Image 1

kingston Statue of Sir John A. Macdonald situated in City Park. Sir John A. was a Father of Confederation and the first Prime Minister of Canada.

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Kingston Image 2

kingston Shoal Tower at sunrise. The Shoal Tower is one of four Martello Towers in Kingston that once protected the harbour and the entrance to the Rideau Canal system against any hostile vessels.

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Kingston Image 3
kingston Royal Military College Memorial Arch at night. RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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Kingston Image 4
kingston Infrared version of the Royal Military College Memorial Arch.

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Kingston Image 5
kingston Kingston City Hall at night. It was built when Kingston was the first capital of the United Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada.

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Kingston Image 6
kingston The Dome of the Kingston City Hall. Kingston City Hall was built when Kingston was the first Capital of the United Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada.

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kingston The Dome of the Kingston City Hall. Kingston City Hall was built when Kingston was the first Capital of the United Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada.

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Kingston Image 7
kingston Winter scene of three Martello Towers (Shoal Tower, Fort Frederick and Cathcart Tower) that once protected the harbour and the entrance to the Rideau Canal system against any hostile vessels.

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Kingston Image 8
kingston Spring scene of three Martello Towers (Shoal Tower, Fort Frederick and Cathcart Tower) that once protected the harbour and the entrance to the Rideau Canal system against any hostile vessels.

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Kingston Image 9
kingston The Dome of St. George's Cathedral, seat of the Anglican Diocese of Ontario. The dome was modelled on St. Paul's cathedral, in U.K. Because of its outstanding acoustics, many concerts are programmed here.

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Kingston Image 10
kingston The Royal Military College grounds as seen from Lake Ontario.

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Kingston Image 11
kingston Bellevue House National Historic Site where Sir John A. Macdonald (first Prime Minister of Canada) once lived.

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Kingston Image 12
kingston Hillcroft House where Alexander Campbell, a former Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, once lived.

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Kingston Image 14

kingston The Frontenac County Court House. The fountain is a memorial to Sir George Airey Kirkpatrick, son of Kingston's first mayor, who eventually became lieutenant-governor of Ontario.

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Kingston Image 15
kingston A vintage colour effect on the Royal Military College Memorial Arch. RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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Kingston Image 17
kingston A view of sail boats sailing in Navy Bay situated between the Royal Military College and the Old Fort Henry in Kingston.

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Kingston Image 18

kingston Fort Henry Battle! This is an image of the final dress rehearsal for the Fort Henry Sunset Ceremonies held once a week during July and August every year in Kingston Ontario. The Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment re-enact the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers. I added a grungy look to bring out the limestone walls a bit more.

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Kingston Image 19

kingston The Navy Cadets are honing their sailing skills in Navy Bay with a Martello Tower and Fort Henry in the background. Every summer, Navy Cadets from across Canada spend a few weeks in camp at RMC in order to further their skills.

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Kingston Image 20

kingston Fort Henry Battle! This is an image of the Fort Henry Sunset Ceremonies held once a week during July and August every year in Kingston Ontario. The Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment re-enact the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers. For the first time, the summer of 2013, a video of past battles of different eras was projected on the limestone walls during the sunset ceremony.

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Kingston Image 21

kingston An image of "Collins Bay Penitentiary" in Kingston Ontario. The outside looks a bit like a Walt Disney castle, but the inside is anything but.

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Kingston Image 22

kingston The Navy Cadets are honing their sailing skills in Navy Bay with a Martello Tower and Fort Henry in the background. Every summer, Navy Cadets from across Canada spend a few weeks in camp at RMC in order to further their skills.

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Kingston Image 23

kingstonKingston Ontario is world reknowned for its excellent sailing conditions on Lake Ontario. In this image, a lone sailboat is seen with the controversial windmills on Wolfe Island as a backdrop.

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Kingston Image 23a

kingston Kingston Ontario is world reknowned for its excellent sailing conditions on Lake Ontario. In this image you see some of the sailboats involved in CORK, a sailing regatta held yearly in Kingston. The sailors competing come from different countries and different age groups.

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Kingston Image 23b

kingston Kingston Ontario is world reknowned for its excellent sailing conditions on Lake Ontario. In this image you see some of the sailboats involved in CORK, a sailing regatta held yearly in Kingston. The sailors competing come from different countries and different age groups.

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Kingston Image 23c

kingston Kingston Ontario is world reknowned for its excellent sailing conditions on Lake Ontario. In this image you see some of the sailboats involved in CORK, a sailing regatta held yearly in Kingston. The sailors competing come from different countries and different age groups.

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Kingston Image 24

kingston Kingston Ontario is home to Queens University. This image is of Grant Hall where graduation ceremonies are held. When the flag atop the building is flying, graduation ceremonies are occurring.

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Kingston Image 25

kingston Kingston Ontario is home to Queens University. This image is of Grant Hall where graduation ceremonies are held. When the flag atop the building is flying, graduation ceremonies are occurring.

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Kingston Image 25a

kingston Kingston Ontario is home to Queens University. This B&W image is of Grant Hall where graduation ceremonies are held. When the flag atop the building is flying, graduation ceremonies are occurring.

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Kingston Image 26

kingston Kingston Ontario is home to Queens University. This image is of Grant Hall where graduation ceremonies are held. When the flag atop the building is flying, graduation ceremonies are occurring.

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Kingston Image 26a

kingston Kingston Ontario is home to Queens University. This B&W image is of Grant Hall where graduation ceremonies are held. When the flag atop the building is flying, graduation ceremonies are occurring.

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Kingston Image 27

kingston Kingston Ontario is home to Queens University. This image is of Ontario Hall located next door to Grant Hall.

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Kingston Image 28

kingstonThe "Spirit of Sir John A" sits next to the Tourist Office in downtown Kingston, Ontario. The Tourist Office used to be the Kingston & Pembroke Railway Station (K&P Railway). This locomotive built in 1913 remembers Sir John A Macdonald, Canada's first prime minister.

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Fort Henry Gallery

Fort Henry Image 1
fort henry Inspection of Fort Henry Guard before Sunset Ceremony - a heritage re-enactment of the British fortification of 1867. The purpose of Fort Henry was to defend the terminus of the Rideau Canal, the Royal Naval Dockyards and the Kingston Harbour.

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Fort Henry Image 2

fort henry Fort Henry Guards marching.

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Fort Henry Image 3
fort henry Fort Henry Guards with bayonets on their Enfield rifles in a defensive position during a Sunset Ceremony when the Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers.

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Fort Henry Image 4
fort henry Fort Henry Guard Drums marching through archway onto Parade Square.

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Fort Henry Image 5
fort henry Sergeant Major leading the charge at a Sunset Ceremony when the Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers.

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Fort Henry Image 6
fort henry Field artillery firing at night time during a Sunset Ceremony when the Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers.

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Fort Henry Image 7
fort henry Drum Major's salute during a Sunset Ceremony. The Fort Henry Drums were made up of bugle, fife and drums and would call to order the Guard.

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Fort Henry Image 8
fort henry Infantry performing a Guard volley.

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Fort Henry Image 9
fort henry Colour Sergeant training the infantry in preparation for a Sunset Ceremony when the Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers.

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Fort Henry Image 10
fort henry 24-pounder SBML Gun fired everyday at noon at Fort Henry.

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Fort Henry Image 11
fort henry Infantry ready to charge the enemy during a Sunset Ceremony when the Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers.

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Fort Henry Image 12

fort henry Vintage type photo of current Officers at Fort Henry - a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Fort Henry Image 13

fort henry Vintage type photo of field artillery guns and infantry shooting during a mock battle in preparation for a Sunset Ceremony when the Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers.

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Fort Henry Image 14

fort henry 24-pounder SBML Gun fired during a Sunset Ceremony.

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Fort Henry Image 15

fort henry Drum Major’s salute during a Sunset Ceremony. The Fort Henry Drums were made up of bugle, fife and drums and would call to order the Fort Henry Guard.

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Fort Henry Image 16

fort henry Old Fort Henry's Stockade which is now being used for maintenance vehicles, materials, etc.

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Fort Henry Image 17

fort henry Fort Henry's infantry troops are being trained on the use of a rifle. A sentry is watching. Notice the ear plug in the sentry's ear. These ear plugs are to protect the summer students from the loud noises of guns and canons.

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Fort Henry Image 18

fort henry Fort Henry's troops were lodged in "dorm-type" quarters where there were many soldiers sleeping in the same room. Their sleeping space was quite narrow as you can witness from this photo. The red tunics were worn by the infantry troops.

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Fort Henry Image 19

fort henry Fort Henry's troops were lodged in "dorm-type" quarters where there were many soldiers sleeping in the same room. Their sleeping space was quite narrow as you can witness from this photo. The dark navy tunics were worn by the artillery troops. The powder from the cannons didn't show up as much on dark fabric.

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Fort Henry Image 20

fort henry Fort Henry Battle! This is an image of the final dress rehearsal for the Fort Henry Sunset Ceremonies held once a week during July and August every year in Kingston Ontario. The Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers. I added a grungy look to bring out the limestone walls a bit more.

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Fort Henry Image 21

fort henry Fort Henry Battle! This is an image of the Fort Henry Sunset Ceremonies held once a week during July and August every year in Kingston Ontario. The Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Artillery Detachment act the story of the 1860s military music, drill and artillery maneuvers. For the first time, during the summer of 2013, a video of past battles in different eras was projected on the limestone walls during the sunset ceremony.

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Fort Henry Image 22

fort henryThis image was taken at Fort Henry to show the Officers and Senior Non-Commissioned Officers along with an officer's wife dressed in a period costume. I then used Photoshop to make the image look like an old photo.

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Fort Henry Image 23

fort henrySome of the daily activities, done for the tourists' benefit at Fort Henry, is a show with the Regimental Mascot - David X. Goats, being stubborn and temperamental animals, do not always perform on cue. Here, David is getting a "talking to" by the Officer of the day.

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Fort Henry Image 24

fort henryAt Fort Henry, a cannon blast is done daily at 12 noon. It used to be that a big canon from the East Battery would be used. In this photo, an Armstrong gun is used instead. I don't know the reason for the change.

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Night Time Gallery

Night Time Image 1
nightscapes Royal Military College Memorial Arch at night. RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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Night Time Image 2

nightscape Downtown Kingston waterfront at night.

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Night Time Image 3
night scape Kingston City Hall at night. It was built when Kingston was the first Capital of the United Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada.

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Night Time Image 8
night scape The Royal Military College Marina at night.

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Night Time Image 9
night scape Downtown Kingston waterfront on a cold winter night.

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Night Time Image 10
night scape Sunrise view of a yellow cottage by the waterfront at Kingston Mills. Kingston Mills is one of 21 Lockstations on the Rideau Canal.

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Night Time Image 13

nightscape This photo was taken late afternoon in early December. I like the evening lights coming on and reflecting in the water while the sky still has some colour.

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Night Time Image 14

nightscape View of the Royal Military College & Fort Frederick (one of four Martello Towers in Kingston) at dusk on a cold cloudy blustery day.

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Night Time Image 16

nightscape Wheat silhouetted against a setting sun.

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Night Time Image 19

nightscape A group of local photographers were out one cold and very windy October night to get some experience shooting some light painting photos. This friend was taking a break sitting on some stone steps. The sun was setting and a bit of light reflected on his face. I could not resist taking this photo. Everything seemed to fall into place for this shot.

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Royal Military College Gallery

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RMC RMC Cadets on graduation parade.

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RMC Image 6
<empty>RMC RMC Cadets on graduation parade with Mackenzie Tower in background.

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RMC Image 7
RMC RMC Pipes and Drums marching at graduation parade.

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RMC Image 8
RMC RMC Cadets on parade in front of Mackenzie building.

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RMC Image 10
RMC Infrared version of RMC Memorial Arch where RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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RMC Image 11
RMC RMC Memorial Arch at night. RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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RMC Image 12
RMC German anti-tank gun - an 88mm PAK 43 on Royal Military College grounds.

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RMC Image 13
RMC RMC grounds as seen from Lake Ontario.

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RMC Image 14
RMC RMC grounds as seen from Fort Henry.

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RMC Image 15
RMC F-86 Sabre Mark 5 on pedestal taken with infrared camera at Royal Military College.

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RMC Image 16
RMC The Royal Military College (RMC) grounds, as seen from Fort Henry, using HDR software to get details in both the sky and builidings. The photo taken on a cloudy cold wintery day in December.

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RMC Image 18
RMC An HDR image of the Royal Military College Memorial Arch. RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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RMC Image 19
RMC A vintage colour effect on the Royal Military College Memorial Arch. RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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RMC Image 20
RMC This photo was taken late afternoon in early December. I like the evening lights coming on and reflecting in the water while the sky still has some colour.

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RMC Image 21
RMC A monochrome image of the Royal Military College Memorial Arch. RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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RMC Image 22
RMC The Royal Military College (RMC) grounds, as seen from Fort Henry. I changed the photo to B&W and played around with the contrast to make it look more like a sketch. Photo was taken on a cloudy cold wintery day in December.

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RMC Image 23
RMC The Royal Military College (RMC) grounds, as seen from Fort Henry. Photo was taken on a cloudy cold wintery day in December. I used HDR software.

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RMC Image 24
RMC The Royal Military College (RMC) grounds, as seen from Fort Henry. This is the same image as #23, but with a different HDR treatment. Photo was taken on a cloudy cold wintery day in December.

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RMC Image 25
RMC RMC grounds as seen from Fort Henry, using HDR software for a painterly look. Photo taken on a cloudy cold wintery day in December.

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RMC Image 26
RMC A snow covered bronze sculpture of an RMC Cadet now called "Brucie".

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RMC Image 26a
RMC A bronze sculpture of an RMC Cadet now called "Brucie".

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RMC Image 27
RMC A view of sail boats sailing in Navy Bay situated between the Royal Military College and the Old Fort Henry in Kingston.

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RMC Image 28
RMC RMC Cadets on graduation parade.

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RMC Musical instruments left on table during RMC graduation parade.

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Gananoque Gallery

Gananoque Image 1
Gananoque Boat Lines is one company that offers cruise tours of the 1000 Islands to tourists.

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Gananoque Boat Lines is one company that offers cruise tours of the 1000 Islands to tourists. A small boat gives a local flavour.

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Sculpture Park with its water fountain. Here is a metal tree with its limbs trying to imitate the water fountain.

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Gananoque Image 5
Sculpture Park with its water fountain. A couple of mute swans enjoy a peaceful atmosphere.

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Sculpture Park with its water fountain. A couple of mute swans enjoy a peaceful atmosphere.

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Gananoque Image 9b
Byers House - This Italianate dwelling was built in the late 1860's by William Byers, the town's first mayor. It later became a tourist home, then a dining facility and is now the Victoria Rose Inn Bed and Breakfast.

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Gananoque Image 10
The St. John's Roman Catholic Church with its beautiful roof in the background overlooking the Marina.

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Gananoque Image 11
The Gananoque Marina.

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Gananoque Image 12a
The Parmenter House – This building was constructed in 1800 for Joel Parmenter co–founder of the town's first rivet factory. It has operated as the Golden Apple Restaurant since 1928 but was severely damaged in a fire in 2008. The business reopened in 2010.

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Gananoque Image 13b
The Chrysler House - This house was built in 1826 for a Mr. Chrysler, a local ship's merchant. It was renovated in 1870, and is now Beaver Hall Bed and Breakfast. This Victorian home won the 2007 Heritage Committee award for restoration.

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Gananoque Image 14a
The Skinner House - This fine Queen Anne Revival style home was built for prominent local businessman and provincial politician Fred Skinner in 1905 at a cost of $7,000. It has also served as a convalescent home and is currently Sleepy Hollow Bed & Breakfast. It was designated as a historical site in 2009.

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Gananoque Image 16b
The Parmenter House (Woodview Villa) - This fine old residence was built for prominent local businessman Charles Parmenter in 1877 (his first residence) and remained a private home until 1946 at which time it became the Athlone Restaurant and Inn. The motel units were added later.

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Infrared Gallery

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Statue of children at play in Hospice Park.

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F-86 Sabre Mark 5 mounted on pedestal at the Royal Military College of Canada campus.

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Grain silos on a farm.

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The Time Sculpture on Kingston's waterfront.

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The Time Sculpture on Kingston's waterfront. In this image, I added a colourful background for the grassy part. A different look to an image that is already different!

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Infrared Image 9
Infrared version of the Royal Military College Memorial Arch where RMC cadets who have died in the line of duty have their names engraved on the monument.

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Recreational boat on lake Ontario.

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Train tracks going around corner.

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Old truck in car cemetery.

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Old truck in car cemetery. I used Photoshop to give a split-tone effect to the image.

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Old truck in car cemetery.

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Old truck surrounded by healthy bushes.

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Old truck surrounded by bushes.

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Old truck that lost its front end to time.

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Parrott's Bay forest in Kingston outskirts.

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Infrared Image 23
Round bales in a field.

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Huge round bales leading to a red barn.

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Haying time! Huge round bales - golden in the sunshine!

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A farmer raking the field in order to align the hay for easier baling later.

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Infrared Image 28
A water reflection of a cottage at Kingston Mills in Ontario.

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Infrared Image 29
A residence one street over from where I live had this older horse "buggy" parked on their front lawn. I have a colour photo similar to this one in the Creative gallery. The owner was saying her husband had given a fresh coat of paint and put new leather on the seats. She had put some flower pots in the back section of wagon. I find this B&W infrared version of the shot is appealing with the whitish leaves and grass. It sure provides a different perspective to colour photos!

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Infrared Image 30
I found this old car parked in the entrance of a driveway not far from where I live. It was a dull gray and greenish coloured car. Even with B&W infrared, it did not look very impressive. Therefore, using layers in Photoshop, I added a rusty texture to the car. I find that it gives it more character!

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