Carleton Place Photowalk

On a recent Sunday this summer a group of photography buddies travelled with me 30 min Southwest outside of Ottawa, Ontario to photographically explore the small community town (pop. 10,000) of Carleton Place. We walked a couple of hours through the small downtown core photographing what we saw as being visually interesting. Afterwards we visited the new Waterfront Gastropub along the Mississippi River for a mid afternoon bite.

A train railway line with rails removed, leaving only the gravel and ties. (Stephen Harrison)

Ventilation pipes eminating from a building facade. (Stephen Harrison)

A heron hunts for fish in a fast moving river near an aqueduct, (Stephen Harrison)

A lopsided tire stockpile rests outside an auto service shop. (Stephen Harrison)

Soil spills from an overturned flower pot on a grassy lawn. (Stephen Harrison)

Alley with staircase between two residential buildings. (Stephen Harrison)

Elements of nature overgrowing a cinderblock wall and electrical box. (Stephen Harrison)

A hardy green fern grows from a rock crevice. (Stephen Harrison)

Residential facade with front door and flowers. (Stephen Harrison)

Pizzeria and restaurant The Eating Place along Bridge Street in Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada. (Stephen Harrison)

A closed retail storefront offering vacuum and sewing services. (Stephen Harrison)

Cafe and restaurant storefront along Bridge Street in Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada. (Stephen Harrison)

The Waterfront Gastropub restaurant in Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada. (Stephen Harrison)

All-in-all we had a chance to create some neat photographs of a quiet town, eat good food, relax, and talk photo. What more could you ask for?



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