4 years ago I started the Clifton Royal Photo Project. The spot is at the end of a long ascent and affords a beautiful view of the Kennebecassis River. There’s also a horse that lives on this property. It’s a great spot to catch your breath, rehydrate and look around. Here’s this year’s photo…
Looking at the photos I made a few observations. 1) The tree to my right is in every photo 2) My Monton “Cat” jersey is at least 4 years old & 3) I look slimmer in blue 😉 You can see all 4 years HERE
Clifton Royal, New Brunswick, Canada
I entered the BIKE FOR BREATH Facebook photo contest. My photo is called “Gopro caught him stealing a kiss”. If you’d like to vote for my pic and help me win a cool jersey that would be awesome!
The top of “gas station” hill in Clifton Royal (Kingston Peninsula, New Brunswick) is one of my favourite places to stop, wipe my brow, catch my breath, have a drink and enjoy the view. The top of the hill provides lovely vistas of the Kennebecasis River, the shade of an apple tree and we get to watch the beautiful horse that lives here for a few minutes.
Hubby took a photo of me last year in this spot and again today. I came up with a great idea…. I’m going to have hubby take a photo of me in this same spot once a year so I can see the changes. Here’s years 1 & 2 to start.
I’ve also created a “page” to chronicle the project. I’m 46 years old now…I hope to keep it going to 20-30 years! To see that page click on the tab or click here