Category Archives: Port Hope
I’m a huge fan of bookstores. More weekends than not you’ll find me at the Kennedy Common Chapters bookstore at some point. I don’t usually buy anything, but it’s fun to poke around. This Port Hope bookstore is one of … Continue reading
Actually, I have no idea if the place is haunted, but that’s how it looks to me once the photo is converted to black and white and vignetting effect is added. It’s really quite lovely. If I ever stay overnight … Continue reading
This is a photo of the town hall in downtown Port Hope. Well, at least the top part of the town hall.
Here’s a better photo of the river that runs through downtown Port Hope. Still can’t find the name of it. I guess it doesn’t matter, really. Gives me an excuse to make my way back there soon.
You never know what you’ll come across when out in the countryside. I snapped this photo of a 1929 Ford Model A putting along down the backroads.
This is another photo from the beach at the foot of Mill Street in Newcastle, Ontario. These Canadian Geese are pretty easy to identify. They make more of a honking noise than a quacking noise and always follow the honk … Continue reading
I snapped this photo while whipping down the 401 on my way to Port Hope. I’ve always liked the look of this train bridge. It’s near Pickering Ontario, a small city just east of Toronto. The photo’s not great, because … Continue reading
No, this isn’t Alaska. From a distance it’s really hard to determine why this bridge even exists. A couple of miles up the road lead to the outskirts of Port Hope and the reason for the bridge becomes apparent. It’s … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of one of the older buildings in Port Hope. I changed it to black & white and cropped it for effect.