Gently falling snow covers everything delicately, softening the outlines of objects on the land.
It is quiet and calm.
In early fall the green of the vegetation gets punctuated by incongruous bits of colour.
This splash is yellow (with a bit of red thrown in).
These leaves changed colour early this fall to very deep dark red, almost purple.
This is just the beginning of the annual colour feast.
But these older Echinacea blooms still look pretty good.
So do many old things.
One Mile Bay two mornings ago.
An interesting piece of Chisolm Township.
Calm morning on Calendar Bay.
Nice to remember now that fall weather is here.
Birch Trees beside the Sturgeon River.
This past summer over Lake Nosbonsing.
What did people photograph before there were sunsets?
Drops of water on a leaf, the morning after a shower.
Summer is over on Monday.
Stems of the purple berries resemble modern dancers in poses.