PHOTOlog | township corners WELLINGTON

early german architecture, rural ontario crossroads

The cross-roads of St. Agatha, originally named Wilmot, was settled about 1824 by Amish Mennonites from the U.S. and Alsace-Lorraine. Catholic and Lutheran settlers followed in the early 1830’s. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, June 2014

WATERLOO County | Wilmot Township

PHOTOlog | a current runs through it WATERLOO

off-grid, horse farm, mennonite, rural ontario

An Old Order Mennonite farm near Hawkesville. Probably off-grid although “the grid” runs through it. The surrounding electric fence was a painful reality! Photo credit: Lisa Rance, June 2014

WATERLOO County | Wellesley Township

PHOTOlog | autumn abundance BRUCE

westford, historical, stone house, autumn

Autumn abundance Concession Rd. 10 south of Westford. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2013

BRUCE County | Culross Township