Saturday, November 9, 2019

Finale For The Colours

Today I finish off my fall colours series. I left the viewing platform and headed back in the direction of Major's Hill Park, photographing fall colours as I went.


Back in the park, this red caught my eye.


The park is an ideal spot for framing landmarks, such as Parliament Hill.


Or Notre Dame. A wedding party was having photos done.


And here we take a look back towards the Chateau Laurier.


And once again, Parliament Hill.


I finish with a view of the Hill in silhouette, with bare trees in the park outlined against the sky. I hope you've enjoyed the fall colours from my part of the world.

33 comments:

  1. I haven't been in a park here due to the rainy weather, but the trees lost their leaves by now and it is as if we would have gone from summer to winter without fall.

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  2. The sumac leaves are always among the most vivid reds.

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  3. Another pleasant walkabout. I prefer the first silhouette.

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  4. ...and our color of the day is white!

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  5. cool lighting. well done, great moments. happy weekend, Saturday!! ( ;

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  6. @Gattina: ours are gone now.

    @David: that is true.

    @Anvilcloud: thank you.

    @Tom: white here too.

    @Francisco: thank you.

    @Beth: thanks!

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  7. Beautiful place to have a picnic and take pictures

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  8. Love the fifth and the last photos.

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  9. Since I'm still catching up on a bunch of vacation photos, I haven't finished posting fall foliage flicks yet.

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  10. Now we will get ready for snow pics!

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  11. Time to get ready for the snow to fall.

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  12. OMG! I almost missed "the grand finale"! :)
    I have really been enjoying your fall photos.

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  13. Great idea to frame famous landmarks from the same perspective.

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  14. There are still lots of trees hanging on to their leaves here, though we've had a few night-frosts lately so the remaining leaves will fall soon.

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  15. After fall colors comes white pictures of snow!

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  16. The Autumn colours are fantastic William.

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  17. @Maywyn: it is!

    @Marie: I did too.

    @Barbara: you'll get to it.

    @RedPat: it's been snowing a bit today.

    @Sharon: the very best of weather.

    @Ella: thank you!

    @Red: I thought so.

    @John: most of ours are down.

    @Happyone: definitely!

    @Marleen: that they are.

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  18. What a beautiful series of photos. Thank you, William.

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  19. Such a beautiful place, thanks for the relaxing walk.

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  20. It's a nice final of your fall seris, William.
    I have enjoyed the wonderful colours in Ottawa this year again.

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  21. I have enjoyed your walks showing the beautiful autumn colors.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  22. Gorgeous 🍁 This has been a wonderful series of autumn posts William. Can I put in a request for more detail shots of Chateau Laurier?

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  23. Great autumn photo finale ~ ^_^

    Happy Day to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  24. Your fall has been wonderful. I love your close ups.

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  25. I have certainly enjoyed your photos of the colors in your part of the world. And Parliament Hill, too. :-)

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  26. It has been a great autumn series, and now it's over. Autumn, as well as the series.

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  27. From reading your blog, I know that All seasons are beautiful in your city...but I think I’d best like to visit in Autumn!

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  28. The fall colors have just about all gone here as well and we are due to get some nasty weather in terms of rain and possible light snow early this week.

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  29. I will hate to see thecolor leave here as much as I hate to see it leave my neighborhood!

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  30. The Autumn colours are beautiful, great photographs.

    All the best Jan

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