Lyons Creek Gazebo [#105]  - Click for previous

Featured in this posting is a long exposure photograph of a gazebo at night. This pavilion rests on the shore of Lyons Creek meters before it converges with the Welland River. There is a lot of history along this creek, as it first served as a primary settlement for loyalists from Pennsylvania that come and established flour mills after the American Revolution. In mid-October of 1814, American forces entered the settlement of Cooks Mills to steal any flour or grain. This was the last battle of the War of 1812 and the last time that Canada and the United States met on opposing sides of the battlefield.

Camera: Nikon D50
Lens: Nikkor 50mm F16/1.4
Exposure: 15sec at F6.3
ISO: 400