Yep, Canadian spelling.
These guys were out in the snow last night and this morning.
They will survive!
These guys are members…
They’ve been meeting for about a week.
…observes the road from the other side of the mailbox:
He is the older brother and is missing an arm. Had a bad accident, I think.
New people appear along our road every year about this time. Some stay for the winter, some disappear after Halloween.
This young lady lives just up the road.
Now that the leaves are gone, having been blown off in the latest windstorm, I felt that I should take another look at summer before we forget what it was like.
Just cries for a red canoe, doesn’t it?
Once again the morning is dull and gray.
A photo from summer past may help to lighten the depression:
It’s fun remembering the sunshine and the warmth!
It’s turning into dull gray November early this year and today is about as dull and gray as it gets.
I hope this will brighten it up a bit…
A bit of stored sunshine from the summer!
Duchesnay Falls is one of the most photographed places in my town. I have visited many times but have always found that I have difficulty photographing it. What I produce is usually disappointing to me in expressing the experience. (The fault is mine, not the Falls.)
This photograph comes closer to what I want to share.
A change in the processing in Photoshop has made the difference in how the photograph appears.
Fall surrounds my barbeque.
Almost time to put it away for the winter.
Here is another of the golden bush series.
Makes one want to go for a walk.
Apples and fall go together…
The building that housed one of the wilder bars in our town a few years back has morphed into a church.
It would appear that a little fear helps one to stay on the straight and narrow path to salvation.
Halloween is coming.
Ghosts and pumpkins (and the odd goblin) will be upon us soon.
Sometimes the colour takes one’s breath away.
The leaves are almost gone from the trees beside the Wasi River.
The scene was different one month ago.