GWSA Photography Club

A lot of people say that downtown Guelph looks very different in the daytime and after dark. I can attest it’s true. There are a lot more lights on at night.  The Guelph-Wellington Seniors’ Association (GWSA) Into Focus Photography Club‘s December field trip was a walkabout in the downtown on Monday December 3. We wandered about in the middle of the day and I wondered about the night. About a week later the Guelph Photographers’ Guild had its monthly meeting in the downtown, at the Penny Whistle Pub. Both before and after the meeting I grabbed some views as lit up by lights in and onRead More →

I bet I’ve driven through Rockwood hundreds of times on my way to somewhere else. I’ve hardly ever stopped there. Back in the days when I’d take the kids camping, we’d pitch a tent in the conservation area, cook some hot dogs over an open fire, make supper and breakfast on a Coleman stove. It’s been a long, long time since I’ve done that.  More often than not, it’s a picturesque little village on the way to and from Brampton or Mississauga. Highway 7 is a much more relaxing ride than the 401. Sometimes quicker, as well. On the way through, we have stopped atRead More →