Today we start looking at fall colours. McPhail Memorial Baptist Church is in the Chinatown area, and this tree was turning red one day.
The Little Italy neighbourhood puts up autumn displays along Preston Street each fall.
This house in Little Italy had colours turning as I was here.
I stepped briefly into Commissioners Park to photograph this fall colour shot here at Dow's Lake. I would return here some days later for more of that, as we'll see to come.
Here we have a street view in the Glebe.
These two views in Centretown are around Dundonald Park, which is always a good spot for changing fall colours.
And for today I finish off with another day in Little Italy. I photographed this tree in a park, across from an Italian grocery I go to on a regular basis.
The beauty of Fall!ReplyDelete
It's nice to see the colors and the scarecrows. Have a good week.ReplyDelete
The colors are beautiful indeed, as is the hay stack. Oh, an intact scarecrow! Mine was ripped by my squirrel!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous autumn colours William, I always imagine Canada as being spectacularly fabulous in Autumn 🍁ReplyDelete
Belas fotografias outonais e aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
A nice start of the fall colours in Ottawa.ReplyDelete
Autumn is always nice with the coulerd trees.ReplyDelete
...enjoy autumn, it never lasts long enough.ReplyDelete
Fall colors are popping up around here, too. Love autumn, winter, not so much.ReplyDelete
Ah fall colours - part of our Canadian psyche I believe.ReplyDelete
isn't fall awesome. great pics!! have a super great happy week!! ( ;ReplyDelete
Pretty Fall colors.ReplyDelete
Hello, pretty Autumn scenes. The trees are a lovely color, I like the pumpkins and scarecrow. Enjoy your day, have a happy new week!ReplyDelete
Very nice colors. We've got a harvest of reds and oranges around here, too. :-)ReplyDelete
@Catarina: very much so.ReplyDelete
@Linda: it is.
@Iris: of course a squirrel will do that.
@Grace: it is.
@Jan: and more to come.
@Marianne: it is.
@Tom: that's true.
@Janis: winter rules.
@David: that it is.
@Beth: thank you.
@Eileen: thank you.
Pretty fall decorations and colours. Happy new week!ReplyDelete
Love the autumn displays.ReplyDelete
The change is happening here too! It is so lovely to see the colours!ReplyDelete
I could stare at autumn trees all day. Beautiful picturesReplyDelete
I notice the bike path with blue pylons. What a great idea.ReplyDelete
So glad to see your autumn colors...and street decorations that aren't disturbed by kids!ReplyDelete
I just spent last weekend looking at fall colors. I'm happy to see lots more.ReplyDelete
You got some great Fall colors. So prettyReplyDelete
My girlfriend and I used to have season tickets to GCTC. We'd always eat dinner here, prior to the show.ReplyDelete
Autumn beauty is so very pretty!ReplyDelete
I love to see that warm red. Not seen here. I comes later.ReplyDelete
A colorful autumn walk, it is still so green here.ReplyDelete
@Marie: so do I.
@RedPat: it is!
@Red: that it is.
@Sharon: more to come.
@MB: thank you!
@Jennifer: it's a good area.
@Bill: very much so, yes.
@Aritha: here we get a mix.
@Alexandria: here October is a busy time for colours.
Beautiful fall colors, such a pretty time of year.ReplyDelete
It seems like just yesterday it was tulips.ReplyDelete
It looks like it won't be too long before you start seeing the first of your snow, William.ReplyDelete
It has been a good year for colour, even in the city.ReplyDelete
Vote early vote often! new beginnings eventuate beyond autumn leaves....seasons that mean something would give us a shake-up.ReplyDelete
A beautiful autumn atmosphere...ReplyDelete
@Happyone: that it is.ReplyDelete
@Joanne: time flies!
@Magiceye: that they are.
@Kay: snow's coming!
@Anvilcloud: that it has.
@Julia: I can't disagree.
@Italiafinlandia: that it is.
Lovely autumn photo walk with you ~ beauty of the season captured so well ~ReplyDelete
Happy Day To You,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
That's strange that in "Little Italy" they show these Halloween decoration. Halloween and pumkins were completely unknown, has changed maybe. It's just like Christmas they never had a Christmas tree only crèches.ReplyDelete
They haven't done it the last couple of years, unfortunately.Delete
Lovely Autumn colour:)ReplyDelete
Whatever you call it, it certainly is the season of wonderful colour :)
All the best Jan
Thank you. I use them interchangeably, but prefer autumn.Delete