Can anything beat a crisp, sunny fall day in Canada? Not to my mind… although my son and granddaughter, the skiers, would argue for a Canadian winter as their favourite. Walking through the woods nearby, especially the deciduous ones, is a delight I relive each autumn as if it’s the first time.
My humble garden puts on her best clothes as if to say bienvenue to Winter.
Even the plants after a first frost take on one last display of frost kissed beauty.
Who could compare this to the Winter that awaits us just around the corner…Well maybe a couple of people I know!
I have been all over your site this morning and can not find a single post I haven’t read. We’ve obviously been friends for quite a while, eh? Time flies when you enjoy reading other sites!
Have a great day!
And you’re showing off by using a Canadian ‘eh?’ at the end of your sentence! Yes we’ve been enjoying each other’s posts for a while.
Now I am wondering if your family is still thinking winter is the best after this past one. 🙂 Beautiful fall photos!
I think this last one has tried even their love for winter…bring on the Spring!
Autumn is my favorite season. Winter doesn’t even come close.
I prefer the beautiful fall splendor and wish it would last longer than the gray of winter. Nice pictures.
Thanks Laura – hope you and Jose are enjoying your escape from the cold.
Your photographs are spectacular. I also love the colours, smells and sounds of Fall. Walking with leaves crunching underfoot, wearing a light jacket and admiring the leaves in all their glorious colour is heaven.
We’ll have to do it together soon!
What get’s me is that I took the first photo on my iPhone …amazing eh?
Lovely photos – thank you so much for sharing.
Lillian – Glad you enjoyed since I get pleasure from your posts too.
Fall in Winnipeg lasts about 4hours. I envy you drinking this in, slowly!
Yes my son worked with many Australians and New Zealanders at Whistler on the West coast – ski paradise for the young.
Hi Brenda – yes a quick fall, tough winter and no ski hills! But Winnipeg is lucky enough to have you.
So many of us think of autumn as a farewell season, so it is delightful to look at your beautiful garden saying ‘bienvenue’ to Winter. Our skiers who flock to Canada would probably say that winter is the best season in Canada!!!!