It’s time, again, for Cardinal Guzman’s monthly photo challenge, The Changing Seasons 2016. My photos for this month’s challenge were taken on the 1st, 22nd, and the 29th. As in previous months, I’ve chosen to capture scenes within walking distance from my home.
In March and April, I showed you pre-construction and start of construction images of a new two-lane swing bridge that will replace our village’s one-lane swing bridge. As it’s the most exciting thing happening around here these days, construction photos will dominate this post.
Three weeks later, I revisited the canal with my camera. I was bummed that it was overcast on the only day I had off that week to take photos, but I’m glad I went. When I arrived, workers were preparing to open the bridge for the first time this season. When I overheard them talking about the boat that was soon going to be passing through, I made my way to the best place to capture “the action”.
Yesterday, after realizing that I only had bridge photos to share for this month’s challenge, I thought it might be a good idea to grab my camera and shoot some other stuff.
The last photo in this series doesn’t look like anything special, but it will soon become something pretty awesome. It’s the site of our soon to be community garden. I’m proud to say that I’m one of many who are working hard to get it it g(r)o(w)ing.
You can find all of my photos for The Changing Seasons 2016 photo challenge here in my Flickr album.