Conversation about the future?
Walking the beach of Lake Nipissing.
Lake Nipissing can be quite calm. When it is, the waves look like this.
The last couple of days have been totally without wind. The odd breeze perhaps but no wind.
The gulls have gathered on Lake Nipissing to laze around and gather energy before they retreat South for the winter.
Tomorrow the spell is to be broken with rainy windy weather accompanied by Warnings.
I will keep yesterday and today in mind as we face what will be.
Four Mile Lake Road yesterday afternoon.
Won’t be long until all their colour is gone for another year.
The tamaracks are losing their needles for another year.
The gentle yellow-orange is a comfortable colour after the showy colours of the maples, birches and poplars.
Oak leaves in late fall.
*Today’s photodyssey post is number 1500. Hard to believe.
Thanks for all the views and kind comments over the past 6 years.
Time flies when you’re having fun!
Sumac grows with most rhythmic branches.
Different exotic, elegant curves form when the plant develops.
This dead bush, missing its bark in places, provides texture as well as curve.
At the bottom of Moffat’s Hill on West Peninsula Rd.
This little maple in the middle of a Red Pine bush turns red every year.
So today I made photographs of Autumn leaves. Lots of photographs.
Lots of colour this time of year!
Late fall. Not long before the leaves are gone.
Off Hwy 63 Saturday morning.
A neighbour’s cottage driveway.
Not long now until all the colour is gone.
To be replaced by white.
Another photograph of yesterday’s orange shore.
There is a pond beside Hwy 11 that looks just great in the fall.
Today at noon under high cloud and uniform light.