PHOTOlog | stone masons extraordinaire GREY

Neustadt, Ontario, historical, stone masonry, German, Baden, Scottish, brewery

Autumn in Neustadt village built by Scottish- and Baden-German stonemasons. The owner of Noah’s Inn said the interior wall lathe were not individual strips, but were larger branches that had been split, remaining attached, accordion-style. Visit the Neustadt Springs Brewery! Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2013

GREY County | Normanby Township

PHOTOlog | castle ruin GREY

Collingwood, Ontario, historical, stone masonry, folly, derelict, winter

Osler Castle ruins, built 1893. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, February 2012

GREY County | Collingwood Township

PHOTOlog | war memorial windows GREY

Meaford, Ontario, world war 2, stained glass, window, memorial, church

European medieval glass Memorial windows in Christ Church, Meaford. The windows were fashioned from shards collected by the church’s chaplain in the Second World War. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, September 2011. Continue Reading