Monday, July 26, 2010

Scott Kelby World Wide Photowalk

Here are a few of the pictures I took the list Saturday.  Most of them are details of the areas that we walked.  The walk covered about 1.5 miles of the downtown area and surrounding districts.  First was the Pioneer Museum then off through older building and finally to the old depot district.



An old bench that was weathered all over but the corner seat held many of the stories of those who sat there before.


The old freight office that is now a dentists office.  Streets run through the area instead of tracks.


These days “Made in Canada” is less acceptable because of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA).  This valve cap wasn’t funded by ARRA.


The entire walk I was trying to keep it simple stupid.  The picture above seemed just that…simple.


Around the Pioneer Museum they have many slates of granite that are enticing for skateboarders.  To prevent skating these brackets were installed.  Well they were also broken.


The columns and lights in the pavilion outside the museum remind me of an old court house and fair lights.  The lines in the wood ceiling are leading to the light.  It was simple and had leading lines.


Last was first.  This was the first picture I snapped of the day.  I was trying to get a contrast of light and dark.  I was hopping for a 1:4 ratio so show big contrast but the sun would only corporate with about a 1:2.


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