More fall colours today. These first three are at Dundonald Park.
This view is from a nearby street.
While these three can be found in the Glebe.
This place in particular, with touches of fall colours, is the embassy of Tunisia.
While this final shot is taken at a park in Lowertown.
lovely and bright.ReplyDelete
Love the mix of red/orange amidst the green William, beautifully shown.ReplyDelete
A festival of autumnal colors!ReplyDelete
You have the whole spectrum of fall colours in this series, William !ReplyDelete
WOW ! Still a lot of leaves left on the trees there . ours are all bare now ! Lovely photos , Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !ReplyDelete
Beautiful fall colours. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
fall is incredible!ReplyDelete
Looks like it is almost gone into winter, but still some color to enjoy.ReplyDelete
I am glad I live in an area with four seasons. Fall is my favorite. Great photos!ReplyDelete
Lovely colors everywhere you turn.ReplyDelete
@Grace: thank you.
@VP: oh yes.
@Karl: fall colours took long enough here!
@Country Gal: ours are generally bare now. All my fall colours were photographed in October.
@Nancy: thank you!
@Tanya: that it is.
@Linda: it's cool today, but no snow yet.
@Denise: I can't imagine not having a winter!
So much wonderful fall color. Keep it coming!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing WilliamReplyDelete
Your whole city is ablaze with color! Looks grand and wonderful and very autumnal!ReplyDelete
love all the monstrous trees. they are huge. awesome fall colorage too. ( :ReplyDelete
So many colors! Beautiful. You also got some pretty interesting shadows.ReplyDelete
Bursting with colour!!! :)ReplyDelete
You win. What an incredible display of color.ReplyDelete
Now don't you think fall is much nicer than winter? ;-))ReplyDelete
Keep 'em comin'. Love the colors.ReplyDelete
This is why I love this season!ReplyDelete
I miss these colours already!ReplyDelete
Again reminds me of the maple down the street from me. Each day it has a few less leaves, but the leaves it has are just brilliant red.ReplyDelete
These look like very nice areas William, the colours of course are lovely....ReplyDelete
In love the trees that turn a reddish color.ReplyDelete
@Halcyon: I'm wondering if I'll still be posting fall colours in early December...ReplyDelete
@Cloudia: you're welcome.
@Beth: we do have some pretty big ones.
@Red: thank you!
@Stuart: and much more to come.
@RedPat: ah, but winter is an excellent thing!
@Pat: thank you!
@Marleen: me too.
@Ciel: they are gone here now.
@Revrunner: our red maples tend to be quite glorious.
@Geoff: thank you!
@Janey: we've got no shortage of them.
Of course, the colors are lovely. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Pretty shots William! We have not had much of a fall here I'm afraid. It has been way too warm, even for north Florida.ReplyDelete
These look wonderful! Most of our fall colors got blasted off the trees in a gale yesterday.ReplyDelete
Nice shots! I love the colors of autumn but it doesn't last long.ReplyDelete
The fall colors are nearly gone here in NH, although the days are still warm and quite sunny.ReplyDelete
You have lovely fall colors there.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. Our fall colors haven't been as good this year.ReplyDelete
I confess that I don't mind winter...but I love autumn too. ;)ReplyDelete
They fall so quickly. Glad we can keep them in photos!ReplyDelete
I'm playing catchup. Great collection.ReplyDelete
@Mari: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@Lois: we tend to get good falls.
@Kay: they can drop in a hurry.
@Linda: it does not.
@Beatrice: here three years later, we have snow in the ground.
@Norma: thank you!
@EG: I love both.
@Jennifer: me too.