Bathurst is a beautiful city in New Brunswick. For some reason the day I was out shooting I only shot pictures of OLD STUFF.
Maybe it was the St. Famille Church Graveyard dating back to the 1700’s that stands on top of the hill?
Or the Old Post Office Customs Building from 1884?
Or the dilapidated buildings on Bridge and Joan of Arc Streets?
Or the 1836 Church with it’s red doors?
Or the old Corvette bootlegging it on the main street downtown Bathurst?
I can’t say for sure. It wasn’t particularly sunny the morning I chose to go out. I went to Youghall Beach and walked from the launch around to the Marina and along the boardwalks of the beach there. The mosquitoes had breakfast, lunch and dinner with me as the main entrée. I watched people fishing and boats going out for the day. I wandered down town around the post office and saw people going to the art market and shopping at the little shops along the streets. I drove along bridge street and an old industrial area that’s being decommissioned and along the highway thru the marsh and bird watching sanctuary and out along a spit of land with magnificent houses.