A feast of Canadian fall colours

Enjoy a feast of Canadian fall colours that I photographed for you these last few weeks.






























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  1. Love these photo’s Suzanne. Fall is representive of releasing all that you no longer need to hold onto. The shedding of the ‘skin’ of ‘what was’ – a time of new beginnings. How beautifully peaceful nature is as she releases what is no longer fruitful for her while embracing change so eloquently. Listens we can all learn to flow more openly, freely and trusting with. We are in the middle of spring where everything is fresh and abundant, unbelievable energy of nature buzzes around us as we embrace moving forward into our new transformation, free from the transition of our cocoon. Hoping you enjoy the amazing depth of colours that only autumn ( fall) can bring through. A time for insights and contemplations.
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  2. Dawn Conery says:

    Just beautiful! Enjoyed this so much this morning. Thank you!

  3. I enjoyed these photos, Suzanne! Fall at your place looks very much like the fall at my place, similar in color and everything else.

    Jill’s comment about the ‘letting go’ is so true and wise.
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  4. Did you sneak into my yard to take some pics Susanne?! πŸ˜‰ The pictures are lovely.

  5. How I enjoyed the pictures! I love to see autumn in different regions and ecosystems, and I’ve never before seen a BC autumn (which, I suppose, would be part of the Pacific Northwest, right?) – several pictures really stood out. We’re dealing with temperatures in the 80s, dry, with howling Santa Ana winds and a very real fire danger today and this week so I was more than happy to escape into your photos!
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    • Hi Sue, I’m happy that you enjoyed the photos. I never thought to mention in my blog post that the photos were taken in Western Quebec and Eastern Ontario. I pray that you will get rain or whatever else is needed to avoid disastrous conditions in your area. All the best.

  6. Thank you ladies, very happy that you all enjoyed the fall photos. Lynne, I don’t think I sneaked in your backyard to take the photos… unless you live in eastern Ontario or western Quebec… if that is the case… well then maybe I was there. πŸ™‚

  7. Beautiful…I recognize a few of them πŸ™‚ !

    Aren’t we blessed to live in such a beautiful country!

  8. Suzanne, I am just soaking up all of the beauty of these photos, beautiful. I do miss the color of this season from up North. Down South the colors are just not as vibrant. Thanks for sharing all them with us.
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    • The beautiful colours of the fall season are being raked up right this minute… so much has been shed already. The beauty of fall is leaving us for another year. Glad you enjoyed them Sue. πŸ™‚

  9. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous photographs, Suzanne. You have an eye for the subtle details of the season! I appreciate the Fall fix, as our Autumns don’t get nearly as colorful here in San Diego. Do you mind if I ask how you got the text (quote) over your first photo? Is it Photoshop? Have been wanting to layer my photos and poetry.
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    • Hi Mila, thank you for dropping in. Glad you enjoyed the photos and thanks for your kind words. I’m really just having fun and learning as I go with photography. For the quote, I used Photoshop and one of the photos in my blog post of the red leaves. I couldn’t tell you all that I did since I really don’t know a whole lot yet about Photoshop and am just trying things out and seeing how it turns out. It’s another thing on my list of must learn. xo

  10. I truly enjoyed this season this year due to the milder weather. Love these photos.
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  11. Beautiful, Suzanne, thank you! Especially loved #4, & the last 2 (soft green with red berries–is that asparagus by chance?) (and the soft soft milkweed!)
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    • Thank you Janet. The soft green with red berries photo… that plant was growing on the side of the road when I was walking the other evening. It stood out that’s for sure. I just looked at asparagus online to see and it sure looks images online. But what an unusual place for it to be growing I would think.

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