The location is available to the public. Not open to the public exactly, but not closed at any time either.
I did not go inside the old brick wall. Partly because it was tumbling down in places and I did not want to cause any more damage to it, not one brick more of it. Mostly because it looked so undisturbed over the wall. I just didn’t want to put my footsteps in there.
The grass over the fence was golden swirls. I was using the smaller camera and I don’t think it ever quite caught the colour of the grass. It was very golden, like something you would draw for a fantasy scene.
It was called the Union Burying Ground. Built in 1848 for the United Empire Loyalists in Ontario.
I’m working on uploading my photos into my own gallery. (Not part of WordPress). I’ve started with the photos I took from the cemetery we found in Burlington last week. I will add a link to the other photographs once I get the software working the way I want. At the moment I’m having a battle with it over file sizes.