While some of you have colours turning now, our peak of the colours tends to be in October, often around our Thanksgiving, or in the days afterwards. Such was the case when I made this visit to the park in the middle of last month.
Here we have a view of the National Gallery's glass tower.
I stepped out of Major's Hill Park to go to the start of the Alexandra Bridge. These views were along the roadway, with views of Nepean Point, as well as back across to Parliament Hill.
The views include Dialogue, by Florent Cousineau, which I've shown before framing the Hill.
Another look at Nepean Point and the Alexandra Bridge. The statue up there is Samuel de Champlain.
I've come out this way on a regular basis for shots like this one. There's a viewing platform where the Alexandra starts, and I got here just as some clouds moved in the path of the sun. I took a couple of shots, one for a post of comparison shots over time, and this extra one.
I went to the other side of the platform and looked out over the river.