Friday, May 26, 2017

Sunset at the Falls


Sunset at the Falls by Photos by Healy
Sunset at the Falls

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada as seen from Niagara Falls, New York, USA.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D; Lens: Canon EF-24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM; f/4.0 @ 1/10 sec; ISO: 400; Focal length: 50mm

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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Into The Fields


Into The Fields by Photos by Healy
Into The Fields

Along River road in Napanee, Ontario, Canada
Camera: Canon EOS 5D; Lens: Canon EF-24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM; f/9.0 @ 1/160 sec; ISO 200; Focal Length: 24mm

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Frontenac County Court House


Frontenac County Court House by Photos by Healy
Frontenac County Court House

A B&W image with textures applied of the Frontenac County Court House
Camera: Canon EOS 5D; Lens: Canon EF-24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM; f/6.7 @ 1/90 sec; ISO 800; Focal Length: 35mm

Frontenac County Court House, located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, was built 1855-1858 and was designed by architect Edward Horsey in a Neoclassical style

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Shoal Tower


Shoal Tower by Photos by Healy
Shoal Tower

Shoal Tower National Historic Site of Canada – Kingston Harbour, Kingston, Ontario.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D; Lens: Canon EF-24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM; f/6.3 @ 1/100 sec; ISO 200; Focal Length: 35mm

Shoal Tower is a Martello tower located in the harbour (Confederation Basin) of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, directly opposite Kingston City Hall. It is one of four such towers built in the 1840s to protect Kingston’s harbour and the entrance to the Rideau Canal. Built in 1847, this limestone tower is 11 m high and 16.5 m in diameter. The guns of Shoal Tower defended the approaches of Kingston Harbour. A dispute between Great Britain and the United States over the boundary between British Columbia and Oregon that threatened to lead to war and to the invasion of Canada (see Oregon crisis) prompted their construction. Eventually Shoal Tower was abandoned.It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1930, and is part of the Kingston Fortifications National Historic Site.

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