A mix of fall colour shots today. These first shots are from the Dundonald Park area.
This school, Glebe Collegiate, is a high school in the Glebe. The trees and the ivy were looking quite bright in fall colours one day.
Down at the Museum of Nature, some fall colours could be found behind this mama and baby dinosaur.
I walked late one afternoon along Echo Drive, a quiet residential street close to the Rideau Canal.
This Anglican church, the Church of the Ascension, is on Echo Drive.
Vibrant indeed and another great selection of photos today.ReplyDelete
It is difficult to find out which is the most beautiful, very well William !.ReplyDelete
A lot of trees in Ottawa William.ReplyDelete
Awesome colours. Love everyone of them. The last pic looks so serene.ReplyDelete
These are all gorgeous! (Love the dinos.)ReplyDelete
I am really enjoying this Autumn series, William, and, being a fellow winter lover like yourself, I am so looking forward to your Winter series, too! :)ReplyDelete
Some fine Autumn scenes here.ReplyDelete
We really do have awesome autumn colours!ReplyDelete
There are so many beautifully coloured trees over there to photograph!ReplyDelete
Vibrant is the word...ReplyDelete
I'm enjoying these vibrant colors. The show is over here.ReplyDelete
The trees in this area are just brilliant.ReplyDelete
Brilliant colors. This makes for a very colorful city.ReplyDelete
I love the carpet of leaves.ReplyDelete
@Denise: thank you!ReplyDelete
@Marianne: we do, yes.
@Nancy: that's what I thought too.
@Norma: chance brought me by them one day, but I do enjoy photographing those two.
@Linda: I'm looking forward to the snow!
@Stefan: thank you!
@Jackie: that we do.ReplyDelete
@Jose: we do have a lot.
@VP: it seemed appropriate.
@Stuart: it's over here too.
@Sharon: they were!
@Red: it does, yes.
@Marleen: so did I. I photographed in that park several times over the fall season, but the leaves on the ground was my favourite from that location.
Fine, autumn pics, William. I love how the adult dinosaur appears to be breathing the fire of the brilliant colours behind it.ReplyDelete
You certainly have a plethora of glorious color in the fall in Ottawa. Won't find that here, for sure.ReplyDelete
You found some great locations William, I like the look of echo drive and that very realistic 'mum and baby' sculptureReplyDelete
Gorgeous colors. I loved that carpet of leaves and the red ivy on the wall.ReplyDelete
Love the dinos.ReplyDelete
i love dinos. wish they still lived in our lands. wouldn't that be awesome!! ( :ReplyDelete
So pretty! I especially like your second shot. The colors are beautiful and the trees look so delicate.ReplyDelete
Ottowa is awash with glorious colour, beautiful images William.ReplyDelete
Great to see the autumn colours overhere.ReplyDelete
Because I wasn't fit enough for walks I've missed a lot of it overhere this year.
Thanks for reminding us of how gorgeous last fall was!ReplyDelete
I love the autumn colors and the dinosaurs too.ReplyDelete
@Hilary: it does look like that.ReplyDelete
@Lowell: we're lucky.
@Geoff: I don't photograph that mother and baby dinosaur pair as often as the mammoths.
@Mari: so do I.
@Whisk: I do too.
@Beth: we wouldn't exist if they hadn't all died off!ReplyDelete
@Kay: thank you.
@Jan: we tend to get good autumns.
@EC: you're welcome.
@Linda: I do too.