Mid-season (?) colours

Posted in: Prince Edward County, trees | 1

We have been continuing to work hard painting in the house but, at the same time, have been trying to take bits of time to enjoy the Fall colours around us. We read reports that we are something like half way to peak Fall colours here in Prince Edward County but we haven’t been willing to wait to take pictures in case we don’t get sunny weather next week or a strong storm strips the leaves from the trees before they peak.

Here are a few pictures; first of our farm and then some in the Morrison Point and Black River area. As always, colour and sharpness of the pictures are greatly enhanced by clicking or tapping the image.

Early morning sun on trees in the extreme north-west section of the farm.
Trees lining the pasture closest to our house.
Sugar maple along the tractor lane near the orchard.


Sugar maple and oak trees on the east side of the orchard


On Morrison Point Road, several kilometres from our place
Black River, right beside the famous Black River Cheese Company, about 3 kms from our place.


Storms Lane, about 4 kms from our place

One Response

  1. Margie Sargent

    These pictures are beautiful! Fall is my favorite season.

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