Wait a sec, AC, You said us; there is no us. We know you're taking the photo, but where are B&B.
Well you see, we were thwarted, and they are not there, for the Gastropub is no longer open for breakfast. Too bad, so sad.
The alternate restaurant, Freska, wouldn't be open until 10, so we had a half hour to kill. B & B went off somewhere, but Sue wanted to stick around for pictures. I haven't see hers, but I took a few as well. They're all just phone snaps, but I wanted to share a few with you regardless, for it was one of those wonderful September days.
After wandering the empty patio, we headed to the park just a little way down the river from where Sue is standing in the above photo. Ye olde town hall ↓ was reflecting well. Too bad about the new boom that ruins photos, but it is there as a safety measure because the water is a bit wild for the next kilometre or so. If a craft mistakenly gets as far as the boom from upriver to the right, they can hang on until they can get out of there.
Breakfast at Freska was good. Afterward, Sue and I wandered about downtown near the bridge. This ↓ is a look upstream, focusing on that single red tree and its reflection.
We walked over the the far side ↓ the same side as the tree. I took a shot along the bank toward that same red tree.
I am not sure that this will be a good colour year, for I have photos form other years that show a lot more colour than we see at this stage this year. So, is it just slower this year, or will we simply have a lesser display? We haven't had a frost yet, so maybe that accounts for the slow change.
I did take a photo looking back toward town hall, which was reflecting pretty well.
I should probably return with my big camera one day so I can zoom in at will and take a little more time. But there are a lot of things that I think I should do but don't do, so we shall see.