Fall colours just around the twilight hour; I was passing through the Glebe neighbourhood.
The bright red of these leaves caught my eye in Little Italy.
My path on this particular day took me further along in Little Italy.
I carried on into the Hintonburg neighbourhood for these two shots.
While this was in Westboro.
On yet another day I was in Centretown and that flash of red caught my attention.
Earlier in the series I've shown you shots from the Bank Street Bridge overlooking the Rideau Canal. After I took those shots, I took this one. The water levels in the Canal are lowered for the winter after the Thanksgiving weekend.
On another day, I was out around the Lebreton Flats area. Fall colours can be seen around the Canadian War Museum. Beyond, the familiar rise of the Gatineau Hills is seen in the distance. I didn't get a chance this year to get out there to see fall colours.
Close by is the national Canadian Firefighters Memorial. A large statue of a firefighter stands across from a wall inscribed with names of firefighters who have given their lives in the lines of duty from each part of the country. Each September a service of commemoration is held here. The trees and bushes are part of the memorial, deliberately chosen by the landscape architect for their fall colours, mostly reds and oranges, a reminder of fire itself.
Beautiful colours of autumn.ReplyDelete
You captured the many colours of Fall so beautifully and your header photo is just incredible,, Oh my gosh, that’s stunning!ReplyDelete
Any day now there will be no more leaves on the trees for you to photograph.ReplyDelete
Very nice. I think foliage in the city is like walk through a special garden.ReplyDelete
The red is beautiful!ReplyDelete
I like how the firefighter is pointing to safety.
The red colours are beautiful.ReplyDelete
...the color is wonderful, but your memorial sculptures are great.ReplyDelete
Wow! Some of the autumn colours are so incredibly vibrant, super series William ✨ReplyDelete
love the reds. very cool. great views. ( ;ReplyDelete
Sunday is here again.
Gla to see your photos...and it reminds me to start posting mine! I've been taking them this last week, but havn't sat dowwn to do any editing. Somehow have lazy fingers which seem to make typing a bit hilarious.ReplyDelete
Oh the red leaves are gorgeous!!!ReplyDelete
The reds continue to impress! A firefighter was seriously Injured here yesterday.ReplyDelete
Good reflection on the canal.ReplyDelete
@Nancy: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Laurie: it is.
@David: a lot of it is down.
@Maywyn: I agree.
@Sandi: I do too.
@Jan: they are.
@Grace: thank you.
@Barbara: mine are edited.
@Happyone: they are.
@RedPat: I hadn't heard.
Those colours are stunning!ReplyDelete
Your city is ablaze in color!ReplyDelete
The twilight hour makes colours more special...ReplyDelete
Such beautiful autumn colors!ReplyDelete
Autumn is beautiful in Ottawa. Nice photos, William.ReplyDelete
The red color is stunning! And a lot of thought went into placing the statue of the firefighter.ReplyDelete
I am enjoying these colours after all! I don't want to think about winter yet...ReplyDelete
@Marleen: they are.ReplyDelete
@Sharon: a lot of the colours are now down.
@Italiafinlandia: that's what I thought.
@Tamago: that they were.
@Bill: thank you!
@Alexandria: it did.
@Catarina: but winter is a good thing.
Beautiful colors. TWeeted.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo perspective of the autumn season ^_^ReplyDelete
Happy Day to You,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
The Firefighters Memorial is stunning... brilliant (in both senses of the word) tto landscape it in that way. Autumn looks wonderful in all the neighborhoods that you show!ReplyDelete
Lovely selection here, but it was the bright red of those leaves in Little Italy that was my favourite today.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Beautiful fall colors!ReplyDelete
Bright and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely long shots.ReplyDelete
Such beautiful brilliant colors! We have a similar display around here, too. :-)ReplyDelete
Those reds are brilliant!ReplyDelete
Everything looks so pretty! (I'm going to head out on some travels for a while. I plan to comment when I have decent internet but I don't know how that will be. I've got posts up. See you when I'm back!)ReplyDelete
Árvores com cores fantásticas e aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Such wonderful colours in the leaves:)ReplyDelete
@Mari: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Revrunner: quite so.
@Sallie: I agree.
@Jan: they stand out.
@Helen: very much so.
@Magiceye: thank you.
@Marie: they are.
@Kay: safe journeys!
@Francisco: thank you.
@Gemel: very much so.
Wow -- that burning bush is perfect red! Splendid!ReplyDelete
Those reds are amazing!!ReplyDelete