While home for a summer visit to Saint John, I did the usual tour of my favourite places. Tired of capturing just pictures, I created a video tour of the city. Hopefully you will enjoy it as much as I do. Sadly, I did not have enough time to include everything that I believe fully represents Saint John, but I hit on many of the areas that are important to me.
Also check out some photos I took in a separate blog post.
While home in Saint John for a summer visit, I took photos around town as I usually do. I also created a video which I have entered in a separate blog post.
Here are some of my favourites:
I have probably taken this shot before in Rockwood Park, but I don’t care. It always looks beautiful.
From a fairly remote area of the park, I took this photo overlooking Lily Lake with a view of Uptown.
The St. John River as seen from UNBSJ is always a beautiful site.
The clock donated by Irving is a wonderful addition to the foot of King Street. The architecture of Brunswick House behind makes it even better. It was made by the Electric Time Company.
Uptown during a work day is generally a quiet place when there are no tourists. These guys are always outside, though!
This view of Saint John Harbour reminds us that this is a working port, even though the major tourist attractions are not far away.
Check out my Saint John tour video in my other blog post.