Today I start out with this view of autumn leaves in the Glebe. The home serves as the Embassy of Tunisia.
A few blocks away, this tree was in full red.
These colours were outside a home elsewhere in the Glebe.
During this particular walk I headed along the Rideau Canal towards Dow's Lake and Commissioners Park, where under gloomy skies I photographed the sculpture The Man With Two Hats, which I've shown before, against autumn colours.
These golden leaves in the park caught my eye.
And I photographed one of the flowerbeds with fall colours. Tulips will be here next May.
This autumn view from Plaza Bridge looks over the Rideau Canal. The glass wall of the Convention Centre stands on the far shore.
This view is taken at the area called Richmond Landing, along the shore of the Ottawa River. The spires of Parliament can be seen in the background, while Library And Archives Canada stands above.
Close by, I paused to photograph this tree.
One day I was walking along a bike path in Gloucester. This tree caught my eye.
For today I finish with three views at Dundonald Park. This is on the north edge of the park, with the leaves changing colours. I'll have a similar perspective from this spot in tomorrow's post, taken a few days later.
This was early one morning, on the same street as the first of two shots from the park shown in my first post of this series- the tall tree down at the end featured more prominently in that case.
While this was taken from within the park, with the trees backlit by morning sunlight on another day, looking towards that street I was on in the above shot.