Ken called on Sunday. He'd just gotten his passport and wanted to go to Windsor. Since I don't have any pictures of Windsor or Detroit from Canada I agreed to go along even though I had a bunch of other stuff to do.
The Canadian end of the Ambassador Bridge.
Looking towards America.
The train station stands out.
There were a couple of sculptures of dinosaurs in the park along the river.
Another view of the Ambassador Bridge.
The other dinosaur
A dancing bear.
A U.S. flag. There was a Canadian flag just the the left of this one.
Just a tighter shot.
A war memorial.
I'm not usually a fan of sculptures, but for some reason, I really like this one. Probably just because of the simplicity.
Another shot of Detroit. I probably shot more of this than necessary because I'm not used seeing it.
We stopped at Milliken State Park. I saw that there was a ship upbound and debated about telling Ken about it. He was ready to go back to the car and I knew if I told him about it I'd be stuck chasing ships. Still, I knew he'd like it so I decided to bite the bullet and told him. The ship coming was the Victoriaborg. She's a salty.
Ken then saw that Atlantic Huron was leaving the fueling dock and wanted a picture of it. It was just going a short distance to unload. It wasn't a great place to get a pic and this was the best that I could get.
I have had an interest in photography since the time I was a young boy going to take photos with my father. In high school I purchased a Nikon FE2 and grew to love it. Today I still take pictures, though not as often as I used to. I'd rather get one decent shot than shoot dozens of pictures hoping for a good one. If you see anything that interests you, let me know. Most of my pictures are available.