Fall, or Autumn as some people prefer, is a time of year just too beautiful to ignore. Here in Ontario the scenery is resplendent with a final burst of varie-coloured glory that warms the heart as we head into the depths of winter’s icy embrace.
For the first time in two or three years I’m at home when the colours are at their brightest, most vivid, so naturally I’m out with my camera every day capturing the vitality of reds and oranges and yellows and mauves and greens that adorn the countryside and dazzle the eye.
The next few posts will highlight some of my favourite expressions of fall colour in this neck of the woods.
Today the focus is on the area in and around Belfountain in the beautiful Caledon region. Last Saturday we paid this lovely spot a short visit and, as you might imagine, I went to town!
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4 thoughts on “Copper Tones … Belfountain, Ontario”
The colours are perfect for this time of the year. Lovely!
Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment. … Yes, the colours are extraordinarily beautiful. I love this time of year … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
How beautiful Sam and Bear looked as we trotted by this morning. Teddy himself could not have picked a nicer shade for his own winter coat. Mother Nature certainly selected a very lovely and unusual palette this year – such beautiful red tones against a bright robin’s egg blue sky. They say that some musicians see colour when they hear certain chords. Some equestrians, I’m sure, hear music when they see beautiful colours. It certainly was a symphony Teddy and I enjoyed this morning.
See you soon!
Barb McTeddy & the awesomely handsome Teddyman himself
Yes, a glorious symphony of colour right in the horses’ backyard. Aren’t we lucky! Glad you and Teddy had a lovely walkabout this morning. Have fun at your photo shoot tomorrow … D 🙂