Photo Monday – Village Historique Acadien

More travel pictures!  These were taken at the Village historique acadien in New Brunswick. And for New Yorkers who keep thinking of New Brunswick, New Jersey, I am talking about the province of New Brunswick, Canada. It’s a wee bit further…

Anyhow, I took a ton of pictures when we went.  A ton.  So did my mother.  (Side note: I think it would be cool to compare my favorite shots and hers.  See the differences in what interested us, how we worked with our subjects, etc.)  I’ve narrowed down my shots to my 15 favorites.  Shut up.  I removed some that I like a lot to get down to such a small number.  I had to switch up my ISO and aperture a lot as we moved indoors and out.  You’ll see the indoors ones tend to get a little grainy from the high ISO. I hope you enjoy looking at these as much as I enjoyed taking them!
















Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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4 comments on “Photo Monday – Village Historique Acadien
  1. Lori B. says:

    You are a very talented photographer, Ms. Souriceaux!


  2. Charity says:

    I can see why you had a hard time editing these down! Every one of them is beautiful! I particularly love the light and vines creeping to the inside of the shed. I would totally hang that on my wall…. and the spools of thread in my sewing room!


    • Thank you! I had so much fun taking them. I get very shy when I’m taking pictures in public but in a touristic place like this, I feel much more comfortable and feel free to take my time to get the shot exactly right. (Except at the end of the day when the kids are tired and sick of waiting for me…)


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