Winter…this year it does not seem to end for us in Southern Ontario, but it does make for great Sunday afternoon hikes at Rattlesnake Point. The point is formed by an off shoot of the Niagara Escarpment and provides fantastic views as with any conservation areas along the Escarpment. I spent a good two hours just tromping through the woods with my F3, many people giving me odd looks in the process. But in the end totally worth the wet pants and cold nose.
I need to go back in the summer with a Medium format camera and my 4×5.
The half way point already, can you believe it! And the project is still going strong! Week 26 is dedicated to two awesome friends of mine, Jay and Kat, who have opened my eyes to the wonder that is rail and transit systems. Something I’ve always been interested in, but they’re both just over the top, but in a good way. So I present to you the Halton County Radial Railroad museum, celebrating light and electric rail systems from the region. Located just on the outskirts of Milton they have a massive collection of both working and under restoration rolling stock from across the country, many of which you can ride on using the track system the property has on it.