An early evening walk, with our dog, through Westmount Park.
Did you know that the beautiful colours in the leaves, that only appear in Autumn, are always present? They are masked, during the summer, by the (green) chlorophyll that is reabsorbed into the trees before their leaves fall.
An early Autumn walk through Westmount Park after spending some time “over seas”. It’s hard to believe that Fall has arrived- a beautiful time of year.
A beautiful, sulphur-coloured, bracket fungi (Laetiporus sulphureus) growing on an Oak in Westmount Park. Commonly, known as the “Chicken Mushroom” in North America due to its taste. In Great Britain, reported cases of poisoning, have classified this species as inedible.
Walking our dog through Westmount Park on an early Saturday evening.
It’s only early September; however, living above the 49th parallel north, ensures an early autumn.
Melville Avenue during a Wednesday evening.
Wednesday evening in Westmount Park – it’s only seven o’clock and the sun has started to set – the days are starting to become shorter.
Labour Day – perfect weather for a long weekend.
Have you noticed the reflections, from the park’s lagoon, that bounce off the undersides of the adjacent trees’ leaves? It’s quite a remarkable sight!