One rainy morning, I was at Lansdowne Park, where the bright colours of these trees stood out.
This includes views near the stadium.
Early one morning I passed by Central Park, further north in the Glebe, and took this shot looking east.
Twice a month I go out to the Portage Bridge to photograph the view downstream towards Parliament Hill. I took a couple of extra shots with the zoom on my phone this time.
From rough waters to calm waters. This is the Rideau River where Bank Street crosses it, taken on a day I was going to a spot nearby.
The red here along the riverside caught my eye.
Closing in on my destination, the buildings in the background, I took this shot of Canada geese. Probably the last of the season.
Another day at Lansdowne was much more sunny, with these showing well in the early morning light.
The Aberdeen Pavilion always makes a good backdrop. So too does the Moon in the sky.
My last formal fall shot. I was on my way to the Canadian War Museum and took this staircase that descends part of the same cliff that makes up Parliament Hill. The looming building at the top is the Dominican University College.