It is that time of year when nature puts on a spectacular display of color.
We are in the early stages of the fall color and I have not taken any pictures of it so far this year.
Going through our pictures and uploading them to Flickr has been good,as I see some pictures of previous years.
Today I take you back to 2008,this was the year of gorgeous color everywhere.
This was taken just west of the town of Morden,our home place.We have the Trans-Canada trail passing through there.
This is along that trail,or part of it.
While we were down in this little valley,the color was so spectacular,it didn't matter which way I pointed the camera,each sight was lovely.
The following is taken at just a different angle than the first.
Fall has such a rich color palette,combine that with the late day sun and the colors are warm.
I took this one north of Morden.
A Western Meadowlark who was still hanging around.
Again this picture was taken looking the opposite direction from the first one.
A creek flows through here,actually his creek helps to give us some of our water for the town.
The beavers had constructed a dam along the creek.
Come springtime,I am sure it got washed away,as we can have a lot of water passing through here and running into our lake.
My last picture for today was taken just outside our back door.No,I did not place the red leaf there for a picture.
We have Amur Maples growing right along the fence line and they turn the most beautiful red in fall.
Thought for today:
May this Fall's blessings remind you of our Father's boundless love.