More Fall Colour

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It seems that the colours are changing quite rapidly. They have not yet peaked but, in the interest of not missing any stage, I took a few more shots today. This coming week will probably see more rapid development but we will be working hard painting the interior of our house so may miss some of it.

The Sugar Maples on Morrison Point Road, near our property line. The white house was the historic house for our farm but was subdivided from our property several years before we purchased the land.


The historic dry stone fence on Morrison Point Road. The boundary between our property and the neighbours is at the right hand of this photo.


The dry stone fence in front of our property. The Virginia Creeper had more colour during a cloudy period last week but the leaves were off by the time the sun came out.


The Pine – Chestnut area has become one of my favourites over the past while. Not only have I spent a good deal of time working in that area but I enjoy the rolling terrain and the colour contrasts of the vegetation.



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