a gorge view

By: Lesley

Jul 13 2011

Category: Fergus


Focal Length:20mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

The limestone cliffs that descend into the Grand River at times reach as far as 80′ with many caves and waterfalls and pools for exploring. In this view, in Fergus, you can see Tower Street Bridge and the Melville United Church.

Participating in Watery Wednesday

15 comments on “a gorge view”

  1. Quite interesting to hear about the caves there.

  2. This is a wondrously mysterious shot. I’d like to go exploring here!


    Feeling rather ducky?
    Here’s what I would do:
    Find a pond or puddle,
    One that’s right for you;
    Take a sturdy life vest,
    Strap it on your back;
    Jump into the puddle,
    Give a little quack!

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Puddle Reflections

  3. I would love to see this. Enjoy your trip to Maine this summer.

  4. Lovely old bridge. Will the linky for signs2 be up soon?

  5. Well that’s pretty darn cool. Looks like a cave right there!

  6. Looks like a beautiful spot for taking photos. Thanks for sharing this one!

  7. caves in an urbanized area, that is interesting. fabulous photo.

  8. Wow, what an interesting place, great photo.

  9. Wow….incredible. Love the dimensions and depth you’ve captured through the lens.

    WAVE ACTION is my watery link. Do stop by if you have time. And, have a super Wednesday!!!

  10. what a lovely river, how interesting too that it has a cave system attached to it

  11. A fine watery shot. I like how appealing this view is. Very well done.

  12. I really like this one. There’s something about the colors, I can’t explain it, but they look deep. 🙂

  13. That’s a beautiful picture — it would seem like a spiritual peaceful view for a church. (I wouldn’t need the building actually)

  14. Wonderful view, I’d love to see those stone walls even closer. So beautiful!

  15. Oh, my, I love this view!

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