Cityscape: Kingston, Ontario

Meg Freer

Kingston is full of old limestone buildings in various stages of renovation. Kingston, Ontario.

Sky window

St. Lawrence II Portsmouth Olympic Harbour is the home of the St. Lawrence II, a tall ship custom-built in 1953 that operates outdoor adventure programs and has voyaged throughout the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean. Kingston, Ontario.

St. Lawrence

View from Kingston General Hospital’s 9th floor on a December evening, looking out over Lake Ontario’s shoreline. Kingston, Ontario.

Sunset with smokestack

View on a July evening of a new building in an industrial area. Kingston, Ontario.

Sunset over industrial construction

View across the city on a November evening.

Sunset with crane

BIO: Meg Freer grew up in Montana. She now lives in Kingston, Ontario, where she teaches piano, writes poetry and enjoys outdoor activities year-round.


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