Yesterday I was at an office near Taylor Kidd and Gardiner’s Rd. I didn’t realize it, but there is a very attractive little trail up through some park–with a pond, replete with geese (and surrounding goose poop), and with the Isabel Turner library branch and the Cataraqui Mall at the top, where we were headed for lunch. It is a little oasis in a busy area.
The rest of these pictures are taken today. As you can see, the skies to the north were darkening, but nothing came down, at least not where I was.
Christmas trees outside the Canadian Tire.
The Kingston Shopping Center, which went from outdoor plaza, to indoor mall back to outdoor plaza. I don’t get it, but it happened.
These two buildings have been across from the shopping center for decades. There’s a little square on that building that doesn’t have a sign on it yet! What’s going on?!
Grasses in the sunlight.
Princess St. and Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd.
Just snapped this while stopped at a corner. It was prettier in real life. Collins Bay Penitentiary at sunset.
There was a beautiful almost full moon that I was chasing. I thought it would look nice shining on the lake or the river, so I decided on Douglas Fluhrer park, with the lights of Barriefield underneath. Just as I arrived, the moon disappeared behind a big cloud, but I did finally get an OK view, although I am crummy at night shots. The one above is a structure at the boatyard. It looks like a big, handmade lantern.
These are actually more the lights of RMC and LaSalle causeway, but whatever…