Charlottetown, down low, up close. These are a few photos I took on Charlottetown’s waterfront and in front of the Basilica. The colours today were beautiful in the low autumn sun.
I’ve often noticed the effects of light and moisture on this dock, the high tide line has created an interesting and subtle colouring.
The colour of the old stone on the Basilica has lost some of it drama since the restoration has sandblasted the grime away. But I like the fact that the stone at the bottom of the stairs has so far been left alone. I wonder if it’s beyond repair?