Monthly Archives: October 2013

Have Funnn!

It’s Halloween tonight.  Enjoy yourselves!

Have Fun

Have Funnnnnn…!

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Verrry Scary!

I wouldn’t want to mess with this guy!

Yeow

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Ghostly

Floating along on the breeze.

Ghostly

Ominous, even in daylight.

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Scary

Now this is more like it.

Scary

Hallowe’en as it ought to be.

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Too Friendly?

Hallowe’en is coming and the scary stuff is appearing along our road.  This little lady showed up about a week ago.

Character

I’m not all that scared.

Are you?

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Lonely

Main Street, North Bay.

Lonely

Hallowe’en is coming.

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Colour Finale

Here is what may be the last of the fall leaf shots for this year.  (No promises.)

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Trout Lake Morning Fog

Morning Fog

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October 24, 2013 · 6:37 AM

Ruby Maple

A little bit more from the passing autumn.

Ruby Maple

Forecast high today of +3C.  An early reminder that winter is hiding out there.

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Maple Gold

The leaves are pretty much off the trees now and so it is time to look back and remember what has passed.

Gold Maple

The opportunity to make these kinds of photographs will not return for a year or so.

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Prettier

Yes!  Windmills have no place here because they are so ugly!

Prettier

And they mess up the view as well!

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Fungus In Fall

After a lot of rain the fungi appear in the fall.

Fall Fungus

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Leaf Bathtub

Forest floor photo from fall.

Leaf Bath

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Sumac

Fall sumac colours are most spectacular.

Sumac 2 Autochrome 2

In the days before Kodachrome, colour photographs employed the autochrome process.

This is a Photoshop simulation of that process.

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Fall Ornamental

A camera lens poked into a Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) in fall gives  lots of photo opportunities.

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