The reflections of the trees have an eerie, airy feel to them.
I was making fall colour shots but this scene cried out for black and white.
Fall in Northern Ontario has the most spectacular colours of all.
World class destination at this time of the year.
Or any time of year for that matter.
Sunsets happen every day but this one last night could not be ignored.
These leaves cannot make up their minds as to whether they are green or white.
Others are left to decide.
In early fall the green of the vegetation gets punctuated by incongruous bits of colour.
This splash is yellow (with a bit of red thrown in).
These leaves changed colour early this fall to very deep dark red, almost purple.
This is just the beginning of the annual colour feast.
But these older Echinacea blooms still look pretty good.
So do many old things.
Just up the road is this small plot that has been looking pretty all summer.
Summer ended today and it still looks pretty good.
The roughness of a Northern Garden is most attractive to me.
One Mile Bay two mornings ago.
One Mile Bay on Trout Lake is near where I live.
Yesterday morning was calm and the mist was rising as I came by.
The North Bay Fire Department was testing its pumper trucks yesterday on Trout Lake.
Nice to have the confidence in your equipment that such a test produces.
I’ll sleep better now.
An interesting piece of Chisolm Township.
Calm morning on Calendar Bay.
Nice to remember now that fall weather is here.