Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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An old shed with daisies

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Pictures taken South East New Brunswick, Canada

Since my last photo shoot, it rained pretty steady.  Last Saturday was the exception, it was warm and sunny, so off I went with my camera!  Here are a few photos from that photo shoot.

St. Louis, NB



A field of dandelions turned white and fluffy.


Dandelion close up and personal.....

Lobster traps and buoys ready for the waters..


An old cedar shingled shed.


Wharf  around Cocagne, NB


An old church window.



Man of steel........or aluminum or copper.....


A peaceful cabin by the sea..


Colorful barn in Grand Digue, NB


Boat in Grand Digue, NB


Front row seating to watch a sunset...


Vine covered building.


Old farming relic.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

The Beautiful Miramichi area, New Brunswick, NB, Canada

Last week, I took the opportunity to go around my area and take pictures, it was a lovely sunny day, the wind kept the flies away!

Gordon's Wharf, Lower Newcastle, NB

 Still at Gordon's Wharf, looking towards Sheldrake Island, Lower Newcastle, NB

 A field of beautiful dandilions at Lower Newcastle, NB

A bench made from cedar trees at Oak Point, NB

Keeping with the cedar theme, a fence at Oak Point, NB

Nice barn at Oak Point Road.

An old barn on Hwy. 11 going towards Neguac, NB

An old garage with a lot of charm, Burnt Church Road, NB

A church on Hwy 11 around Lower Newcastle, NB

Close up of the Steeple with a bell, don't see those too often these days.

Came across an old house ready to be demolished, there was a dumpster in front of it. (Lower Newcastle, NB)

Same old house with a couple of barrels and even a little brown jug.

An old school with the old outhouse (a double seater) still standing......
 Must have been HIS and HERS......
Hope you enjoyed my photo shoot!