Thursday, October 21, 2010

Changing Views of the Annapolis Basin

Tonight was the night of the Annapolis Heritage Society Annual General Meeting so this post will tend toward pictures more than words. As I usually do at the end of an AGM, I am feeling both tired and a bit brain dead. Lack of mental acuity aside, I would like to take the opportunity to welcome our four new board members and thank our three retiring members. I should also take the opportunity to thank Janice Slaunewhite and Wayne Smith from North Hills Museum for their roles in tonight's meeting.

Thankfully, I have a few pictures which have been waiting for a chance to be downloaded from my camera. The two sets of images in tonight's post were taken earlier this week on the Annapolis Royal waterfront about 16 hours apart. With the O'Dell House Museum located on the waterfront I have been able to see many different versions of this view. It is quite rare to see a perfect mirror image of Granville Ferry like I did the other day. Usually there is some ripple or wave to interrupt the scene. Likewise, while I have seen and photographed a great number of sunsets from this location, I still find it amazing to see a sunset with colours shooting across the sky.

All for now,

1 comment:

  1. We are so fortunate to live in a place where we are surrounded daily by such beauty. Thanks for sharing these.