We have had some lovely weather recently; sunny with temperatures between 5 and 10C (50F). That’s pretty good for the subarctic in mid-October.
Although it is gradually getting colder, we are having a slow, gentle autumn. There are even a few bright patches of colour left.
Have a good Sunday. 🙂
An creek running through the Okanagan village of Naramata.
I like the colour variation on this tree as it transitions from red to orange to yellow.
Happy Tuesday. 🙂
Some enterprising people have clothed this tree in a colourful patchwork of crocheted and knitted flowers, tassels, squares and other decorations.
This tree will be toasty during the winter!
These variegated green and red leaves are beautiful. The way the leaves are turning red from the edges toward the middle is very pretty.
Enjoy your Sunday. 🙂
A tranquil autumn day on Lake Okanagan beach.
Happy Saturday. 🙂
From a Penticton garden …
… a concentration of sunny summer goodness in a few square centimetres.
And you can even eat the seeds!
Happy Friday. 🙂
One more view of Great Slave Lake …
… before it starts to freeze. I awoke this morning to 0°C. It will begin soon.
An amber and green maple tree.
One of the last red roses.
Pink and green and yellow around a pond.
There’s a lingering warmth in the air but there are also constant, powerful reminders of what is to come.