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Brighton At Night: A Photo Series

Aerial photo of highway roads and construction with a starry night.

STARS, SUNRISES AND SOMETHING SPOOKY Taking photographs at night, Justin Anderson was bound to come across plenty of stars and the occasional sunrise. But at one of his stops around Brighton, he may have encountered a ghost as well! Follow along as Justin tours Brighton after dark. *Photos were taken before the province-wide stay-at-home order. EXIT 509, COUNTY ROAD 30 There is a lot of construction with a new off ramp that you can see beside the current 401 ...

Quinte West At Night: A Photo Series

A lightning bolt at night behind a tall bridge crossing a river.

WHEN INSPIRATION STRIKES Or the lightning, whichever comes first. Justin Anderson continues to share his snapshots of our region at night, this time with a late-night trip around Quinte West. TRENTON GREENBELT “A photo of Norampac from the Trenton Green Belt Conservation Area. I knew a storm was coming in and I could hear it, but I didn’t expect this. I took this photo with a two-second shutter speed with my tripod down low on the rocks. Following this ...

Belleville At Night: A Photo Series

Aerial shot of snowy ground with footprint and a glowing 'Belleville' sign.

DARK SKY AT NIGHT, PHOTOGRAPHER’S DELIGHT Have you ever wondered what the city of Belleville looks like after you’ve gone to bed? Thankfully local photographer Justin Anderson stays up later than we do to find out. Check out Justin’s shots and his thoughts at each spot (what is this, the Cat in the Hat?) as he captures what the city looks like after hours. THE BELLEVILLE SIGN “I took several photos of the Belleville sign. But this angle is ...

Home Buying Part Three: Buy It

Tips On How and Where To Buy A Home in the Bay of Quinte

This is the third part in a three-part series by local experts who want to help you find home sweet home. Whether you’re looking, building or buying old or new, here are some tips on how to find your home in the BoQ. Buying A Home Buying a home is exciting. It can also be confusing and stressful if you aren’t prepared. The good news? The average price of a home (at the end of 2017) in the Bay ...

Home Buying Part Two: Build It

How To Build A House In The Bay of Quinte

This is the second in a three-part series by local experts who want to help you find home sweet home. Whether you’re looking, building or buying old or new, here are some tips on how to find your home in the BoQ. TRACKED HOUSING In tracked housing (the kind of homes you’ll find in a classic subdivision, aka “cookie-cutter” homes), the builder chooses the majority of the design and interior options. With this type of purchase you’re typically buying ...

Home Buying Part One: Find It

How To Find A Home in the Bay of Quinte

This is the first in a three-part series by local experts who want to help you find home sweet home. Whether you’re looking, building or buying old or new, here are some tips on how to find your home in the BoQ. LAURA SMITH HERE, BoQ explorer, dreamer and lover of good real estate. Finding homes with great bones is my obsession. I spend more than my fair share of time poring through house listings and day-tripping through different ...

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Bay of Quinte Region is an alliance of interdependent communities, bound together by a common history, shared economy, and the water that surrounds and defines us. We hope to welcome you soon.