courthouse

By: Lesley

Dec 10 2011

Category: Kitchener

7 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:35mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

One of the chimneys of the Waterloo County Gaol is reflected in the windows of the Kitchener Provincial Courthouse. The gaol is the oldest existing government building in Kitchener (built 1852) and is still used for traffic court. There is also a reflection of a crane used for the new library being built next door. The sailboat seems to be inside someone’s office.

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7 comments on “courthouse”

  1. Do your lawyers still wear robes and wigs?

  2. Great image. I like the chimney. I also love the world “gaol” So forbidding.

  3. Very nice capture!

  4. Your reflections are nicely framed, Lesley/

  5. Boy, do you have a great eye. I might well have missed this one. Love the red brick chimney reflection. It is a real keeper of a shot. SUPER CAPTURE. genie

  6. […] A few weeks ago I showed you a reflection of the gaol chimney reflected in the courthouse window, this week we have the courthouse chimney reflected in the gaol window. For the other view see here. […]


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