This street is in Centretown, with Dundonald Park at the left.
While these fall colours are in Lowertown.
I was passing through the campus at the University of Ottawa late one afternoon. These shots are from there.
These views are from the same day, taken on the Laurier Avenue Bridge over the Rideau Canal. The first view looks north towards Parliament Hill and the Chateau Laurier, while the second view looks south towards Cartier Square.
This view on another day is from the east bank of the Canal, north of Laurier Avenue; the sculptures you see below the trees are a set I've shown before here, though for the life of me I can't find the post.
I finish with two views at the National War Memorial. Around the beginning of the month, the construction walls were removed from the outer perimeter on the north side, so it's possible to at least get a look at the Memorial; the upkeep work there is nearly at an end. I'll have more fall colours after the November theme day, but we'll be looking at a few other things until then.
I never tire of looking at Autumn trees :)ReplyDelete
More lovelies. Number two is my top pick.ReplyDelete
I love the Autumn colours, and your second photo is brilliant!ReplyDelete
Nice to see your city with blue sky and beautiful autumn colours. Enjoy the season!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of autumn.ReplyDelete
The autumn colors look lovely next to the canal, until they fall in.ReplyDelete
such beautiful colors...i like the first one where the road is dark then the bright autumn colors at the end!ReplyDelete
love the 2nd shot!ReplyDelete
@Debs: nor do I.ReplyDelete
@Linda: thank you.
@Gunn: I am emjoying it.
@Tomas: thank you.
@Janis: they contrast well with the water.
@Tex: that seems popular.
An amazing, majestic city, made even more so with the beauty of fall's colors!ReplyDelete
Love it when there are red and orange leaves.ReplyDelete
Wonderful fall colours, William, especially in that second shot.ReplyDelete
The color is getting brilliant up there!ReplyDelete
We don't get the brilliant reds here so I appreciate your photos.ReplyDelete
Wonderful, specially the first two shots.ReplyDelete
@Lowell: fall is a great time of year here.ReplyDelete
@Janey: so do I.
@Karl: thank you!
@Sharon: it has been.
@Red: a pleasure to show them.
Beautiful shots, William.ReplyDelete
It is so nice to see trees - big and healthy ones - in the city landscapes. Nice shots.ReplyDelete
i always think if i had to move any where, i would need to see it during the fall/autumn time to know if i would truly love it in that location. gorgeous fall views. ( :ReplyDelete
Keep those colors coming!ReplyDelete
It's nice to see all the color, William!ReplyDelete
I can never get enough of photos of the fall colors!ReplyDelete
@Marleen: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Pamela: and we've got a lot of them.
@Beth: the fall is stunningly beautiful here.
@Halcyon: plenty more to come in November.
@RedPat: and it's nice to show them.
@Norma: neither can I.
I'm still waitin' for some orange. :-)ReplyDelete
The autumn colors can be magnificent. Yours are.ReplyDelete
You show such a lovely fall day!ReplyDelete
The trees aren't going to welcome winter without putting on a good show first. They're beautiful to see.ReplyDelete
They are so pretty!ReplyDelete
Such pretty images William, my favourite is the first.ReplyDelete
Color, color everywhere!ReplyDelete
Stunning array of autumn colours lining the streets and canal. Especially love the striking autumn colours featured in the second photo.ReplyDelete
@Revrunner: we get a rich variety each year.ReplyDelete
@Mari: I certainly think so.
@Lois: I agree.
@Gemma: so do I.