big canoe

By: Lesley

Apr 10 2011

Category: bridges, Owen Sound

13 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:39.7mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/500 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

The 10th Street bridge brings you straight into downtown Owen Sound from Hwy 21, past the Chi Cheemaun where it winters before heading back out onto Georgian Bay as a ferry from Tobermory to Manitoulin Island.

Participating in Scenic Sunday and Sunday Bridges

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13 comments on “big canoe”

  1. Two big canoes! Love this angle!

  2. Neat shot, Lesley! I like seeing the ferries on the other side of the bridge.

  3. What a great shot!

  4. Ferries are such fun. When I go to my sons in Washington state, we have to ride a ferry out to the island and then back to town. There is something romantic about them. The bridge looks like it has gotten a lot of use over the years. The water in this shot is beautiful with the tall grasses on either side. Lovely photography.

  5. The underside of this bridge looks like it has seen better days!
    The Chi Cheemaun does look rather looming, doesn’t it?!

  6. hee hee… It looks like the ferry is going to crash right into the bridge!

    Be that as it may, a welcome contribution to Sunday Bridges.

  7. Great shot with a great background.

  8. look like ht ebig ship is charging towards the bridge

  9. Lesley I agree with Louis. It looks like there is going to be a boat bridge collision. Can you image what a fantastic shot that would have been!

  10. neat perspective!!

  11. gosh the ferries look encormous compared to the bridge!

  12. […] Standing on the 9th St bridge looking out towards the 10th St bridge and the harbour beyond, in Owen Sound.  A closer view of the 10th St bridge can be seen here. […]

  13. […] Previous posts of the 9th and 10th St bridges can be seen here and here. […]


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