Port Hope

By: Lesley

Jan 15 2012

Category: bridges, Port Hope


Focal Length:7.9mm
Shutter:1/0 sec

A pedestrian footbridge over the Ganaraska River. In the background you can see the clock in the cupola tower of the Town Hall. This was taken at perhaps the dreariest stage of winter, before the recent first snowfall.

Participating in Sunday Bridges

11 comments on “Port Hope”

  1. Beautiful! You’re making me want to visit Southern Ontario 🙂

  2. Neat shot of the bridge. Winter really does look better with some snow on the ground. 🙂

  3. What a lovely bridge. Its design is so attractive. It looks to be in a spot with a pretty landscape surrounding it. Nice shadows, too. genie

  4. I like the lamp posts, though the two different railings almost ruins the lines of the original one.

  5. Nice capture Lesley. I prefer the brown winter over the white one.

  6. A nice little bridge. The railing must by from later I guess and is a bit detonating but still a nice picture. Thanks for showing.

  7. It’s a nice bridge – they’ve reused the old stone foundation and made a nice modern walkway!

  8. It looks like that inner railing was an afterthought. I guess it is needed for safety but the bridge would be more interesting without it.

  9. There is nothing dreary about this photo, Leslie! «Louis» thanks you for this fine contribution to Sunday Bridges.

  10. is it covered with snow now? Liek the lights.

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