One day earlier in the month I walked around at Lansdowne Park. There's a ridgeline alongside the east end of the stadium that I was on in this first shot. I'm looking towards the Aberdeen Pavilion here, and fall colours beyond the lawn.
I moved towards the top, where the Rideau Canal can be glimpsed beyond the treeline in this shot. This bright red tree particularly stood out.
The eastern ridge has its summit here. A light sculpture has been placed on the hilltop, particularly vivid at night. I really should photograph it sometime.
I carried on along the path on the south side of the stadium.
My path took me to a spot that looks across at the cupola just visible above the trees. It's on the other side of the Canal, and used to be a convent. The building houses the administrative centre, the Royal College of Physicians And Surgeons, which oversees med students in the area.
I took a second version of it mostly for the long grasses below, planted at this spot.
From there I proceeded to the Bank Street Bridge for a couple of shots looking east. Fall colours were coming along nicely.