Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Canadian flag is flagging at Eaton Hall...

 Photos by Barry Wallace



Seneca College's Canadian flag flying above Eaton Hall is more than flagging.   In fact, it's torn asunder.   One ragged half still flies atop the ship mast flagpole, while the other remnant lies on the ground below, beside the information plaque about the site.   Replacing a flag here is not a quick and easy fix, but I'm sure it will be addressed in due course.
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Barry Wallace

Monday, May 22, 2017

Mary Scott celebrates her 95th at Laskay Hall


                                                                                                                        Photo by Barry Wallace
Long-time King Township resident, Mary Scott, celebrated her 95th birthday with nearly 200 family members, neighbours and friends at Laskay Hall on Sunday, May. 21.   She is seen above with one of the many Scott relatives, Linda Wallace, of King City.   Mary was smartly dressed for the occasion and carried off that royal blue fascinator hat with her usual aplomb.
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Barry Wallace

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Jane Street ~ north of the 17th Sideroad

Photo by Barry Wallace
Truncation transformation
Oft-times artistic inspiration cannot be constrained.

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Barry Wallace

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Still life ~ in the kitchen

Photo by Barry Wallace
Pear and Tulip
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Barry Wallace

Friday, May 19, 2017

Thursday, May 18, 2017

The future closes in on the past...


Photos by Barry Wallace
The King Heritage and Cultural Centre is now surrounded by old and new houses in Kinghorn.   New homes, in various stages of construction are seen in the background of photographs of the 1861 SS# 23 Kinghorn School, the 1851 King Christian Church and the 1852 King City Railway Station.




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Barry Wallace

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Peaceful placid pasture...

Photo by Barry Wallace
Windy Hill Farm
Keele Street~ North of Kettleby

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Barry Wallace