Thursday, March 15, 2007

Behind the Courthouse

Quiet Place Behind the Courthouse

I never get tired of going behind the Guelph Courthouse and taking a nice quite walk. It's lovely with it's old buildings.

16 comments:

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

very nice -- this is funny - my photo today is of my courthouse! :)

Jazzy said...

hi Pat, thanks for the welcome note.
that's a really lovely place, serene..

Kate said...

Excellent photo: cobblestone, leaves, archway--so beautiful, all of it.

Kerry-Anne said...

Looks like a beautiful spot - and a great photo! Are there ever any other people walking around there or do you generally find that you have it all to yourself?

Mimmu said...

I understand very well, what you mean, when I look at this photo.
Lovely day to you without more snow :)

Dsole said...

oh and you're right, this is sooo peaceful!

isabella said...

I love this photo! Very serene and reminds me of Europe, which I miss...

Carol E. said...

Beautiful spot! I would love to take a walk there, also. Thanks for visiting my blog and giggling at my post.

Olivier said...

belle photo, on a envie de suivre le chemin et de voir l'interieur, peut-ĂȘtre demain ?

beautiful photograph, one wants to follow the way and to see the interior, perhaps tomorrow?

Chris & Deb said...

Looks like this path leads to a Land of Enchantment!
Won't be long before those leaves and the green grass are back!!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Looks like a beautiful private court yard. I can see why you enjoy going there.

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The Toronto Team said...

Pretty picture. Ties in nicely with my photo of some poor creature who's had his day in court come to an unlucky judgement.

Ex-Shammickite said...

Nice photo... I can't wait for the green leaves to be here again, it seems to have been winter for SO LONG!

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

I like it very much. In particular perspective throught the arch.

annulla said...

Oh, what a lovely place. Makes me want to wander down that path ...

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photowannabe said...

This looks like the story The Secret Garden. I really like the perspective.