What a whirlwind of a month! I give October top marks for a month of great weather allowing plenty of outdoor adventure.
Overall, the unseasonably warm fall has meant that we are about 3 weeks behind changing leaf colour and trees shedding their foliage. We are in the final days of the month and the trees surrounding our backyard are still mostly green.
These are the sights of October in my corner of the world. Click on any photo to enlarge.
Penetanguishene – on the Trans-Canada Trail
Durham Region on the Trans-Canada Trail
In Port Hope to catch the salmon fighting upstream to spawn
Along Scarborough Bluffs
Toronto – Lower Don River
Changing Seasons is a monthly photo feature hosted by Max at Cardinal Guzman.
After a 3 year run, Max has decided that Changing Seasons will come to an end this December.
As I mentioned in my September post, for the remainder of the year, I will also be including a photo from each of the prior years of this challenge.