On Trout Lake looking East and then West.
Trout Lake skies outdo themselves.
November evening looking Southwest on Trout Lake.
A bit Tom Thomson-esque.
When there is no bed available for an afternoon nap.
A snooze is taken where you find it.
It won’t last long, but the warmth of the sun makes it comfortable for a bit.
The fear in the hearts of many is mostly unjustified.
Where do you go when you have no place to go to?
The first snow arrived the other day.
Autumn wasn’t finished yet.
So, it shone through, and the snow went away.
But it will be back.
One Mile Bay on Trout Lake is very near where I live.
I pass the end of it each time I want to go to town, and it always looks a little different each time.
Here it is in October.
There is no tree like the Maple Tree for colour in the Fall.
A popular spot to visit in our part of the world is where Duchesnay Creek cascades down the rocky escarpment on the North side of Lake Nipissing.
Several ledges form pretty waterfalls and rapids in the almost 1 km trip from the top to the bottom.
This photograph was made near the end of the journey that the creek takes on its way to Nipissing.
There was a time when this location was the shore of a post-glacial lake.
Now it is an inactive sand pit.
Upper Lee’s Creek puts on a good show when Autumn arrives.
She has many tools.
She is unrelenting in Her progress.
Along the way to the inevitable result there is much beauty.
There are a few small clues here that Autumn has begun.
Protected by the surrounding forest, the ferns around this decaying log are still rich green.
Processes happen slowly in this part of the forest, but they are inexorable in their progress.
The log will in time be reduced to its elements and return to the soil which gave it life.