The first two are from our local park, Riverside: a winter shot followed by an autumn photo.
Our town hall from the bridge one early morning.
The next photo was also shot from the bridge early one morning and looks downriver toward the east. It features the former Boulton Brown Mill, which is now an apartment building.
If you squint, you might see a railway bridge in the distance of the above photo. When we first moved here, trains still used it, but they have been gone now for a number of years. One summer evening, I went onto that bridge and shot looking back upriver toward the mill and town hall.
One winter day, from behind town hall, I shot across the misty falls toward St James Church.
Have you noticed that our river, plays into each photo, sometimes prominently and sometimes barely present as in the first two photos? The next photo is of a sunrise but farther down the river on the eastern side of town. It is from my neighbourhood trail that I walk frequently. It may be the best of the lot but is less recognizable to many locals due to its location.
Finally, I slipped in a photo that isn't related to the town, but I just like it. It's the Milky Way as seen from the cottage, near Bancroft.
Whether I ever sell a photo or whether I don't, it has been fun and instructive to put this package together. Printing tends to be neglected in this digital age, but you really can't beat a print hanging on a wall.