Winter Day in Halifax
It was one of those sparkling winter days that just has to be photographed. The location was Halifax, mainly on the waterfront.
The day started in the North End of the City where there is a lovely stretch of water near a boat club. I enjoyed its green railings.
Most of the water’s edge is frozen.
Once in the City, this caught my eye. Why not?
Empty mooring sites. In summer, fancy little yachts park up here.
The sea is still. Reflections are good.
These little lights are stung up like socks on a washing line.
There was an excellent band playing in Halifax Market. This fellow had just played his violin at 100 mph. He was out of breath when it was over.
Graffiti is always fun.
I like these shadows.
It was a day for looking at shapes and patterns
There were plenty to be seen.
The snow curved round the Lieutenant Governor’s driveway.
I love this City.
Not a bad end to the day aye?