By: Lesley

Oct 14 2011

Category: Barrie


Focal Length:58mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

Mulcaster Street outside of Barrie’s City Hall, a view through the memorial arch. It has the shape of a mansard roof outline reminisent of the original Market Building that dated from the 1870’s. A not so snowy, but still wintery view can be seen here.

Participating in SkyWatch Friday

14 comments on “arch”

  1. Great! I’ve only ever been to Barrie for a funeral some years ago, so I had no idea a view such as this could be found there.
    Definitely changed my somewhat gloomy idea of Barrie, Ontario.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  2. Amazing what the so called changes to the better can “destroy” a whole city – countryside – I just sit here and shake my head of the “Modern” thing they put up. It is a great photo thou – 🙂

    My addittion:

  3. Wow that is pretty cool!

    Sky Watch

  4. What a terrific and very interesting arch, Lesley! And how perfect against those lovely clouds! Wonderful capture for the day! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


  5. I think you have captured one really cool arch….it’s very interesting and a real eye catcher. Great shot. genie

  6. Great shot! That is a very unusual arch, so different from the ornate ones we see in India.

  7. This is an arc quite different from the others.

  8. A very unique arch. Love the layered and lined clouds!

  9. Makes for a cool way to frame your view of the sky !

  10. Certainly an interesting landmark!

  11. Beautifully captured!

    My Skywatch, have a nice weekend!

  12. Cool capture, love the frame and the view of the water. Wonderful photo, happy skywatching!

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