Sunday, October 10, 2021

Fall Photo Roundup

I love Fall, it's my favourite week of the year. If you know, you know. Seems like one day the trees are turning yellow and the next day they're almost bare. I will take it though, we have had a very nice autumn so far and it really is my favourite time of year. 

Also, we are celebrating Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend. Technically Thanksgiving is tomorrow, October 11th, but I think a lot of people do their big dinner today. There was no getting together with family this year but instead a nice quiet dinner at home complete with all the usual turkey day fixings. Fun fact, I had to go to 5 different grocery stores before I found a turkey. I guess that is what I get for leaving that little detail until the last minute. So, Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian friends, may you always find a turkey at the first store you go to.   








I hope you enjoyed the images and thanks for sticking by me and my blog, which seems to have become a bi-annual publication at this point. Have a great week ahead!

20 comments:

  1. What a treat to see another selection of your fine photographs this morning! One of our supermarkets is already taking bookings for home deliveries near Christmas.

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    1. Thank you! Christmas always seems to sneak on me.

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  2. ...Jenn, I have missed seeing you pop on on my readers list, but when you do it's always a treat. I hope to see you around again.

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    1. Thanks Tom! I will am already drafting my next post. :)

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  3. We are in our peak color here in western Maine. My wife and I went out yesterday and it was like driving in a kaleidoscope, the colors were magnificent. It will only take one wind and rain storm and the trees will be bare. Here in the western Maine mountains we know that winter is always coming. The black and white days of winter are almost here.
    the Ol'Buzzard

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    1. I bet it is an amazing sight! We had a tiny bit of snow blowing around today, not enough to stick around but a sign of winter for sure.

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Jenn! You have an eye for beautiful skies!

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    1. Thanks Debra! I do love a dramatic sky and will make the sky a factor on if I go for a drive or not! Hope all is well.

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  5. Great shot of the barn on the way to Sylvan lake!

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    1. Thanks Red, I feel like that one is a hidden gem, I like spotting it's roofline from the highway and bet most people don't even notice it.

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  6. What beautiful photos. Coming over to visit from Bill's Somewhere in Ireland blog. In 1913 my grandfather emigrated to Alberta--but returned to England after 6 months because he missed his girl. They married and settled in their home county in Cambridgeshire, and until a couple years ago I had no idea he'd been to Canada. So now I am interested in seeing what Alberta looks like, and your photos sure make it look stunning.

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    1. Welcome, thank you for stopping by! Alberta is just beautiful with all our lakes, rivers, mountains, prairies, badlands....everything!

      Pioneer stories fascinate me, it was so hard for so many that crossed the ocean to get here. Imagine if he has stayed!! Take care.

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  7. Hi Jenn, so nice to see a post from you. Great images as usual. Hope you're doing well and have a nice Thanksgiving with your family

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    1. Hi Bill and thanks! I am sure I said this last year too that this year we would be able to gather with family or Thanksgiving and soon enough Christmas. Optimistically.maybe next year!!

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  8. It's nice to see that you are keeping your blog active.

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    1. Hi Glen! I need to post more, I enjoy it!

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  9. Beautiful shots. Happy Thanksgiving.

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    1. Thanks William, Happy Thanksgiving to you as well, although now it is Tuesday where you are!! :)

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  10. Jenn... autumn is looking good in your part of the world. Autumn here in Southern Ontario, Mother Nature is taking her time with the colour change.

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    1. Hi Andy! It was beautiful while it lasted! Did you catch the aurora the other night?

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