This Georgian Style home in downtown Fredericton was built in 1829 as
the Rectory for St. Anne's Parish.
Taken on a bright sunny day last September.
f2.7 ISO 80
Another older home with double front doors and a transom.
f3.5 ISO 100
This house has gorgeous doors and windows all painted up and with wonderful
trims and shutters.
f2.7 ISO 80
The Gothic style entrance doors to Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, NB.
The main doors to The Old Arts Building at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.
Built in 1829
I'm going to add this last photo as I took it tonight with my iPhone.
It is of the Fredericton City Hall lit up. I like the way the lights lit up the arches, the windows, and the detail at the roofline.
I almost missed this party today as I thought it was next week and even suggested it was so to another blogger who I thought had 'jumped the gun' a week early. My apologies to you!
These photos were taken last year in downtown Fredericton which has many beautiful historic homes and buildings.
I love old homes and architecture so enjoy taking photos of these often. I should do it in winter sometime and see what they look like. It might be interesting.
I am joining Donna for her Personal Photo Challenge this month with the topic being windows and doors. Maybe you'd like to join us or just visit and see what others have posted. Just click on the above link.
Thanks for stopping by.