Oak Hall Grounds [#37]  - Click for previous

Featured in this photograph is the elegant greens that surround the Niagara Parks' administration building. The mansion (top right of photo) that towers over the Dufferin Islands in Niagara Falls was once known as Oak Hall. The history of Oak Hall dates back to 1928 when this stunning, broad estate was built for a mining engineer named Sir Harry Oakes. In 1982 the massive thirty-seven room, tudor style building was remodeled into the existing administration building. The great hall, reception area, dining room and living room are still in their original condition and open to the public.

Camera: Pentax ME Super
Lens: Pentax 50mm F22/2
ISO: 200
Related: Photo 34