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.