First shot of maple leaves this fall.
Dried leaves collected in a rock puddle.
Fall arrived yesterday.
The weather still felt like summer, but…
Yesterday afternoon in Deegan’s window.
Four Mile Bay the other morning.
Made several shots. Here’s another.
Four Mile Bay, Trout Lake.
Lake Nipissing on a quiet morning at Sunset Point.
Each in their own world.
Let’s walk with a Great Blue Heron along the shore of Lake Nosbonsing. He(?) was looking for breakfast.
This guy was very patient with me.
What remarkable birds they are.
Dave’s Barn has a new entrance and also some much needed repair to the structure.
Dave is proud of his carpentry skills which built the doors and the board covering for the wall.
The timber framing was executed earlier this summer by the talented Dan with concrete work by Marissa.
As well as Great Blue Herons, Loons and Cormorants also find Lake Nosbonsing an hospitable place.
The fish are colour blind.
There’s always a barrier.
Growing in the planters on Oak Street this past Saturday morning.
Rich colour on a grey rainy morning when one least expects to find it.