Back in the summer I took photos of Abbotsford House, the senior citizen's community centre in the Glebe. Situated between a retirement home and a nursing home, it started its days in 1872 as a farmhouse before becoming a home for the aged in 1889- with its residents called inmates.
I decided to take comparison shots in autumn. As you can see here, the ivy was turning red at that point.
I chose to leave the post until the ivy leaves were off as a third seasonal contrast, and photographed the place again earlier this month to show its current state, as well as to show the Christmas lights.