Friday, October 24, 2014

Pure Red

Thank you all for your kind remarks in yesterday's post.

This tree on a quiet street in the Glebe can always be counted on to put on a good autumn display.


42 comments:

  1. Reassuring! Nature & the North are eternal. Thank, friend


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  2. Nice tree! Autumn is great except that it ends.

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  3. The sooner life returns to normal, the sooner we deny the fear that the terrorists are trying to spread. I love this tree. We don't have these beautiful reds in the trees here and I miss them.

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  4. very nice and peaceful, after the storm... happy and serene week end.

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  5. thats beautiful :) been thinking of you and your country a lot

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  7. That tree looks like a sign of peace in the city.

    Tomás.

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  8. Nature doesn't bother the violence, the seasons change will go on anyway. Nice photo of the famous red trees in Canada.

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  9. Beautiful red colour !
    Autumn is a great artist.

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  10. As I heard the news yesterday I thought of you - love this tree

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  11. This ia a wonderful piece of autumn art.

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  12. A gorgeous display of autumnal colors!

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  13. What a beautiful tree in gorgeous autumn color! It looks fantastic under blue sky!
    On my way back home from work, I see a big tree and it turns into very pretty yellow every autumn. I love autumn colors :-)

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  14. We have few trees like that here on our street but the valley is even better here lol ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good weekend !

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  15. @Linda: thanks!

    @Cloudia: thank you.

    @Linda: it does, more's the pity.

    @Stuart: we have such a variety here.

    @Massimo: thanks!

    @Jen: it'll take awhile to get back on track.

    @Tomas: it does.

    @Marianne: thanks!

    @Karl: it certainly is.

    @Gerald: it give a peaceful feel to the street.

    @Jan: thank you!

    @VP: I thought so.

    @Revrunner: definitely.

    @Anna: merci!

    @Tamago: they're beautiufl.

    @Country Gal: thank you!

    @Birdman: it seemed appropriate.

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  16. There is always comfort in nature.
    Jane x

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  17. It has a beautiful shape to go with that stunning color.

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  18. We had one like that in our old neighborhood. God is an incomparable artist!

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  19. @Jane and Chris: there is.

    @Sharon: it looks well cared for.

    @Norma: I've seen that tree for a number of years in the fall, and it never disappoints.

    @Tex: thanks!

    @Cheryl: so do I.

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  20. That's just yummy! I do miss autumn in the northlands!

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  21. A feast for the eyes!
    Just catching up on blogs after being away a few days, and I was shocked and saddened by the events in your post yesterday.

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  22. Great shot! I love that shade of red--it's such a great representation of fall!

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  23. @Whisk: thanks!

    @RedPat: it always seems to stand out.

    @Jen: it is.

    @Lowell: I can never get enough of the fall.

    @Mariusz: having a variety of colours like this makes the fall such a pleasure.

    @Judy: it's been quite a few days here.

    @Meradeth: red is my favourite shade of fall.

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  24. William, my first visit, so I'll be back. Love the red tree, so perfect in shape!

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  25. It's beautiful, thank you William.

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  26. An enduring symbol of Canada - the maple leaf. Like those cartoons from yesterday as well.

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  27. It is a beauty. I do love the Fall colors. MB

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  28. The tree colours have been super this year!

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  29. Beautiful! Isn't it nice to have some favorite trees that are worth regular visits?

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