Now that the ground is covered in white it’s hard to remember what it looked like two months ago.
Winter doesn’t arrive for a few days so it’s still Fall.
But it doesn’t look like it.
Mid-November and the shrubbery is taking on some intense colours.
Portage Park, Trout Lake, late Autumn.
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!
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.