There's a wetland area between the retirement complex where my father lives and a small shopping plaza to the west. Here it is one morning when I was visiting.
And here it was later that afternoon.
There is a wooden covered pedestrian bridge downtown in Guelph, crossing the Speed River just upstream of its confluence with the Eramosa River. My brother, who lives in the area, picked me up and took me around to a few places.
Here we have views from within. This looks upstream.
And this looks downstream as the Eramosa joins the Speed.
Here we have a view from the far end.
I went upstream a bit to take shots from another perspective.
We had lunch here. It was good.
These two shots are actually the last ones I took in Guelph, heading for Toronto on a GO train on the morning I left. There is a war memorial near the station.
Across the tracks lies the Guelph Armoury, dating to 1908 and built in the Gothic Revival style. It is still used today, housing military cadet units. It can also be seen in the background of the above shot.