Friday, January 17, 2020
documenting Aurora Town Park and Beyond, March Break Family Walk

Town Park and Beyond, March Break Family Walk

Town Park, this is where we started to walk and then disappeared into the small streets near by and eventually all the way to Yonge Street. The sun has been much warmer lately. Snow still on the ground. Spring is though around the corner and soon we will experience seasonal change. The benefits of winter, early spring and late fall for us photographers are obvious especially in historical locations as there is much more to see through the leafless trees. Enjoy.

Wells Street Schoolhouse Lofts, Town Park

Town Park

Queen’s York Rangers Lane

Town Park

Tree Cluster View from Metcalfe Street

Town Park

Aurora Cultural Centre

Aurora Public School Plaque

Giant Pencils on Church Street

Yonge Street South View

New Connexion Methodist Church 1856 on Mosley Street

Victoria Hall

First Steam Train 1853 Plaque on Wellington Street

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