Sunday, November 16, 2014


Ottawa has so many buildings made with this stone!
I love the way it affects the shadows!
I am linking this post with Nature Footstep Catch the Light.


JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

What amazing stone!!! We have a lot of stone buildings here in NW WA too - it is a more tan color - but the shades change with the light of day or night.

ulla laiho said...

Stone is a beautiful material with many color variations.

EG CameraGirl said...

I love to photograph shadows! And the stone is actually quite attractive.

Anonymous said...

That stone is lovely!

Debbie said...

very pretty!!!

the star fish are real, (dead, real...hehehe) they are plentiful at the jersey shore. plastic would never cut it!!!

NatureFootstep said...

must have been wonderful to see the light and shadows plaing over the beautiful stonework.

D.Nambiar said...

I love stone walls. The shadows on them say there's warmth and shade there. The pics makes me want to lean against that wall and read a book.

Lovely pictures.

Lmkazmierczak said...

Nicely presented...the textures and shadows isn't a standard type of find♪

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

It's a huge part of Perth, with stone masons brought in from Scotland. In Osgoode, I think, there was a factory where they made special stone.

Felicia said...

love the texture of the stone and the sunlight and shadows.


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