Large pumpkins can always be counted on to be found in the Byward Market each October. This one weighs nearly a thousand pounds.
This tree was showing off in Centretown.
These I came across while in the area of the War Museum one evening.
I found these ivy leaves changing colours on one of the buildings at the University of Ottawa.
On Thanksgiving weekend, I paid a visit to Laurier House in the Sandy Hill area before the building closed up for the season. This view from the Visitor Center included some fall colours. I will feature another look inside the house down the line.
A short walk away I passed by this home, which houses the Croatian Embassy.
These I came across in the New Edinburgh area. I was here to see Rideau Hall again, which we'll look at in the next couple of posts.
After visiting the Hall, I headed across the Ottawa River to Gatineau. This boardwalk pathway is on the shoreline on the south side of Jacques Cartier Park.
This was elsewhere in the park, where I had stopped to take in MosaiCanada again. You can see one of the topiary sculptures- this one about the First Nations perspective on the creation of the world- among the fall colours in the final shot. I will have another series from that after the beginning of November.