I returned to New Edinburgh in October to take in some of the fall colours, particularly at Rideau Hall. On my way over I stopped to take this shot from the west shore of the Rideau River.
A short walk away, these fall colours, near the Battle of Hong Kong memorial that I showed you a few days back, caught my eye.
Over on the east side of the river, and in New Edinburgh, I wanted this fall view of the French embassy.
Nearby, this park area had its fall colours looking good.
This is St. Bartholomew Anglican Church, which is across the street from the grounds of Rideau Hall, where I'll be posting over the next two days. The parish dates back to 1867.
When members of the Royal Family are visiting the Hall, they worship here, and it is the official place of worship for the Governor General (even if a given governor general might not be Anglican). It is also the regimental chapel for the Governor General's Foot Guards.