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A walk in the woods

We are lucky here in Canada to have four seasons.  Each one special for different reasons.  As fall approaches, our trees burst into tremendous colours.  Tourists visit from around the world to see the autumn colours.  This year, we traveled to the Eastern Townships a little earlier than planned and were ahead of the colours.  Brilliant yellows and flaming reds will have to wait….at least there is always a walk in the woods.

As you can see, the colours are just beginning to emerge.

It rained most of the weekend, but I was fortunate to have a perfect morning for photos.  These berries were everywhere!

The colours in the forest were very rich.

The path through the Lucien-Blanchard forest followed the river, just the other side of the road from Bishop’s University.

 

 

 

The Eastern Townships are such a lovely place to visit.  Thank you to the owner of Motel Lennoxville for his tips on where to go shoot some pictures and the use of his tripod as I forgot mine at home!

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7 thoughts on “A walk in the woods

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