We start today with a shot taken along the east side of Dundonald Park one afternoon at the end of September.
These three shots were taken a couple of days later, a damp morning in Centretown.
On another day I was at the Portage Bridge again, and took a shot of one of the channels of the Ottawa River looking downstream towards the Supreme Court and Parliament Hill.
This view takes in fall colours around the National War Memorial.
While close by, this view looks at the Ottawa Locks, where the Rideau Canal descends to meet the Ottawa River. The Gatineau Hills, far off in the distance, were showing soft reds.
A short walk away from there, this fall display was looking good in the Byward Market area.
One early October evening in the Glebe, I walked down a street to take this shot in the last light of day.
And on another evening, a short walk away from the above location, I took these two shots at Lansdowne Park. The Rideau Canal can be glimpsed in the background in this one.
Turning to the right, the view for these fall colours includes the south stands and the wooden veil screening of the stadium.