So out on a beautiful fall evening, you can catch some great color.
It looks as if your temperatures and ours were similar, but what makes all the difference is that it was raining most of the day here.
We are still very dry.
What a nice walk! What's the tree stump with a white base and tan "hat?" Linda in Kansas
Okay, I had a birch die. I wanted to carve the top of the stump. However, I found that I didn't have any carving skills so I varnished the top and painted a house with my house number. The inside is now completely rotten. Birch bark will last for years.
I dunno. Who said that?It's beginning to look autumnal in your part of the world. A few trees change early here, but it's often November before it really sets in. By that time I suppose you'll be well into winter.
We will be well into winter by November.
Looks like a beautiful day, indeed. Take care, have a wonderful week!
What a lovely place for a walk!
It's a very nice subdivision .
I give up. Who? 🤪
Only a teacher could ask me a question like that.
You have so many lovely trees around you Red. Thanks for sharing these pictures.
Some trees ae planted and then others are native. Next time I do this I'll point out the difference.
Fall is beautiful there. The second day is as lovely as the first.
The colors are at their peak now. Soon we will have only bare trees.
A hint of Autumn in those trees.
We are at the peak of color for the season.
You can tell us when your ready. :) Lots of lovely views in your neck of the woods.
Half of these photos show non native species planted in the subdivision. Others are taken along the Bower woods.
It's definitely starting to look autumnal there! More so than here, so far.
How curious. It's a lovely neighborhood and I see motor vehicles. But NO PEOPLE! It would appear Alberta is under- or un-populated. 😉
Beautiful weather you are having. You live in a lovely area.
A great day for a walk. In a couple of weeks, lots more color!
To answer your question: Not me. And all your photos are good evidence.
Not much fall here yet. For some reason I have to register with your site now. Oh well.
Lovely conditions to be walking in.
It's a lovely time of year.
You've certainly made your point!
I love autumn (not as much as spring, but still ...) and your pictures show one reason why!
AND you still have green grass!