The days are getting shorter; however, walking through the park – this time of year – one can forget that winter is on the horizon.
Our evening walk through the park. We had a neighbour (long gone from Westmount) that always mentioned the church’s spires reminded him of England.
I have been admiring the crescent moon that recently graces Westmount Park. During our evening dog walk we managed to capture a close-up view.
An unexpected hail storm over Westmount early Saturday afternoon.
This morning’s snow showers led to a brief sunny break.
A beautiful crescent moon over Westmount Park.
A typical evening trying to cross De Maisonneuve Boulevard and Melville.
Evening scenes at the park.
The brilliantly coloured tree is an Amur Maple that originates from China.
In the 1960s, City Council, stated that the park looked “ancient” and started a modernization plan. In doing so, I have always thought there was a “sale” when they bought these trees – there are (at least) 15 planted in the park.
Our early morning dog walk through the park at sunrise.
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.