The colours of late August foretell the coming of Fall.
Northmount Road on a rainy Monday.
Dressed for the party and ready for whatever.
Mid-November and the shrubbery is taking on some intense colours.
Colours and patterns typical of Spring ice as it slowly leaves the lake.
It will be some time before the Ice-Out Lotteries can pay off.
Driving North up the Bypass you pass a couple of ponds.
At 115 Km/h there is not much time to look at them but this is what many missed yesterday afternoon on the way back up from Callander.
The rear wall of Cecil’s.
The forest floor yields neat patterns and colours in autumn.
I visited Eau Claire Gorge yesterday and paused on the bridge which crosses the Amable du Fond River.
The heron was not disturbed by my presence or by the occasional car crossing.
It was just enjoying the fall colours, I guess.
Another part of yesterday’s building:
Abstract created by spray paint, plywood and the weather.
We have several outcroppings of the Canadian Shield in our part of the world.
Like this one.
Simple, subtle and beautiful!
A pair of posts on Silverpixel’s Blog suggested this exercise in photographing strong colours in Downtown North Bay.
Thanks for the inspiration, Mike.
(Still living at the cottage, so posts have to come in batches. Come September it’s back to one or occasionally two photos a day!)