by the water’s edge

By: Lesley

Apr 03 2012

Category: Cambridge

7 Comments

Aperture:f/4
Focal Length:4.1mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/500 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

Geese frolic in the Speed River with the old factory that is being turned into the Riverbank Lofts in Hespeler. A view from a littler further along the river can be seen here

Participating in Outdoor Wednesday

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7 comments on “by the water’s edge”

  1. Wow, what a location for a loft! Is there anything else around it?

    • This is actually just a block from the main street so is close to all the shops (such as there is in the old village of Hespeler!).

  2. It seems time drifts as slowly as the river here! How delightful!

  3. I love water…anywhere….the sound of geese of the water is so relaxing to me.

  4. Old factories in Malaysia are converted to Birds Nest processing plants. sorry I correct myself, it is for wild swifts to come and nest so thaty their nests are exploited.

  5. lovely scenery….I love looking at the swimming cute creatures on the water…the light blue sky, the building and the trees are wonderfully captured…


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