nature, Photography Bye, Autumn Nov 21, 2021 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 13 Comments A long, lingering look before the winter nap … Skaha Lake, Penticton, November, 2021 … see you next year. 🙂 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
13 thoughts on “Bye, Autumn”
I’m wondering how much longer autumn is going to stay here too! It’s very pretty, but has a general feeling that nature is starting to settle down and hand over the show to our winter visiting birds.
It was lingering in the north (NWT) as well, but winter has arrived now! It has been snowing every day (either a little or a lot) for the last two weeks. The Okanagan has been having a very extended autumn.
This looks like such a lovely spot. I love all those rolling hills in the distance. Next year will be here before we know it!
The Okanagan Valley is so beautiful, almost everywhere you look. Yes, next year and the countdown to spring will definitely be here before we know it!
Warm memories Lynette. Went for a walk here yesterday and froze my face and it is only November. Can’t wait for spring. Happy Sunday. Allan
Yes, they certainly are warm, particularly right now. It has been snowing and snowing here in the north although not too cold yet (-12C). I can’t wait for spring either, but I will be going to Penticton for winter break where it at least will be warmer!
Our autumn is gone, gone, gone! Definitely cooler temps and hardly any more leaves hanging on.
Penticton had a very slow, gentle autumn. Up here in the north it’s a completely different story. Snow, snow, snow. Ugh.
Right? It’s a very beautiful area. 🙂
Love that last look before winter!
Agreed – it has to last us until spring. 🙂
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