After another gray, dreary week in western New York, we were thrilled to have a sunny day for our trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake. It was still cool, but not nearly as cold as it's been.
We've been going to Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Shaw Festival with our friends, Mike and Karen, for over 15 years now. A few years ago, we started going twice-once in March to buy the tickets and again in October for a weekend away at a bed and breakfast. This year we bought tickets for Guys and Dolls, and Tracy and I bought another set for a July performance of Enchanted April when we'll be going up just for the day with another couple.
I took my DSLR and the 50mm lens in hopes of getting some fresh photos for the 52/20 project.
Love the flags at the Jackson Trigg Winery
The lines and color at Southbrook attracted me.
The pun on this jam was too cute; I love the tag, too!
I'd love to have these clocks to display on my mantle.
This was a first, and it made all of us laugh! Too bad Tracy and I qualify!
Shadows always interest me . . .
. . . as do reflections. My favorite kind of self-portrait.
Here's the photo for 52/50 this week. At Southbrook they had a huge jar filled with stones. I like this perspective, and like the black and white conversion as well.
You'll find lots of photo inspiration at Kent's P52.