Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Riverside Park on TG

I know that I have been posting photos galore lately. But dreary times are coming, so make hay while the sun shines and all that.

On Thanksgiving Day, before the trad turkey dinner, Sue and I went for a stroll in our little park. It was a bit windy and brisk, but it was a delight nevertheless. The trees were not in their full glory but glorious enough for me.

There is one central, tree-lined path through the park




A golden tree back from the path.


 Someone had moved a picnic table to beside the river, so I got Sue to sit there briefly, but it was a windy day and bad for the hair.


Walking back to the car, you couldn't ask for much more of a display from these trees. The building in the background is the high school.



Canada's oldest operating canoe club is located on the edge of the park. We went up onto the deck for a few shots up the river.



I feel as though I may be done my fall foto extravaganza, but perhaps I will get out a few more times between now and the day for which I have pre-dated this post.

7 comments:

Marie Smith said...

Such a glorious park. Well shot, AC.

TexWisGirl said...

the light and color is spectacular!

Ginnie said...

You are so lucky to have such beauty so near. A photographers paradise.

Silver Willow said...

I agree; you are very lucky to have that gorgeous setting so close to home. :)

Mage said...

I like lots of pictures. :) Just lovely stuff indeed.

Mara said...

Because the weather has been so nice over here, the autumn colours aren't quite there this year. Either it's still green or it is gone already. So, seeing your photos makes up for it somewhat.

Jenn Jilks said...

To quote one of my faithful readers, "I know where that is!":