Today I'm beginning to show some fall colours, with an interruption at month's end for Hallowe'en and the theme day. I can always count on this maple to be among the earliest to show fall colours. It's along a quiet street in Centretown.
The Little Italy neighbourhood has for some time marked the fall by setting up harvest displays along Preston Street. This one is one of the larger ones this year, at Preston and Gladstone.
These were starting to turn early outside a home in Centretown.
A few blocks away, on another day I caught these leaves in the process of changing outside St. Peter & St. Paul's Anglican Church.
This one was on a quiet street in the Glebe.
This is a view at Dundonald Park early in the morning.
And this is at Minto Park late one afternoon.
I took this view in Jacques Cartier Park over in Gatineau while over there attending MosaiCanada.
I got these while visiting the stadium club level at Lansdowne a few days back, which I showed in yesterday's post. On the south side of the stadium, a large wooden screen wraps around the structure. I photographed fall colours through the gaps.
Here we have another view at Dundonald Park on another day early in the month, of a tree in transition.
Some days later I photographed these colours in Centretown.