This morning’s snow showers led to a brief sunny break.
Melville Avenue is adjacent to Westmount Park. Tonight as we walked down the street, it offered a beautiful sunset and the fall colours from a black maple.
The moon was quite spectacular above Melville Avenue this evening – a prelude to Sunday evening’s “super moon eclipse”.
The days are definitely getting shorter as autumn approaches.
The city repairing the water supply during an early September evening.
A pumpkin, growing on Melville Avenue, seeded from last year’s Halloween decorations – amazing given the odds!
Children and their parents have enjoyed watching it transform from a dark green colour to bright orange!
Stairs leading to homes are a typical architectural feature of the century-old homes on Melville Avenue. In fact, the bottom of these stairs encroach beyond their property lines. The City is very tolerant in this regard.
Pumpkins growing in a garden on Melville Avenue. The seeds were, I presume, “left overs” from last year’s Halloween. In a few weeks, they should be a brilliant orange colour.
A march, along Melville Avenue this afternoon, organized the Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee of Canada.
Melville Avenue, in the evening, after an early morning water main break.