Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Stone Walls

I spotted these lovely stone retaining walls when walking through one of the ravines along the Humber River. The river is a great source of stones like this so I'm sure they were all locally sourced many years ago when a house stood in this part of the ravine.

15 comments:

Tom said...

...nice workmanship!

Taken For Granted said...

What a lovely fall scene. Pat, you have a great eye.

Sharon Anck said...

They look very pretty with those yellow leaves tumbling over them.

Karl Demetz said...

The stones are surely interesting, but i love those yellow leaves :)

Lowell said...

This is a wonderful autumn scene perfected by the stone wall; but I'm prejudiced as I love all things stone!

Silver Willow said...

Just beautiful!

s.c said...

Wow a really nice and beautiful autumn shot.

Cloudia said...

really fine wall well shown

Christine said...

Fine stone walls & their Colorado is well off set against the golden leaves! Nicely done!

bill burke said...

The yellow leaves and the stone walls compliment each other nicely.

Gosia k said...

looks solid

William Kendall said...

Certainly built to last.

Regarding your comment, the Victims of Communism monument that Harper had in mind got derailed by court proceedings, and pretty much shelved by the election. If it's ever erected, it'll be a whole lot smaller, far less draconian, and in a completely different location.

Catalyst said...

Beautifully built.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gosh what a super image Pat! The wall is beautifully constructed and how incroyable the bricks against the autumn colours, fabulouso find!

Rose said...

NICE! I love stone walls.