It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over

There's lots of colour left behind this photogenic fence.

As I sat outside — in shirt sleeves! — with a coffee this dull, drizzly morning, I realized that there is still lots of colour that seems to be just coming into its own.  So, I guess it ain’t over ’til it’s over, despite a few frosty mornings.  The following are some photos of my view from the front deck this morning.

Red berries and leaves burnished by a moment of sun
This small house across the field seems surrounded by wonderful colour.
Or this house -- its window "eyes" peeking through a golden flush of leaves. In the background, you can see that many trees have already shed their autumn finery.
On the other side of town, Windsor United Church is visible again through bare branches.
Atop the hill, the old Kings-Edgehill school residences, converted to apartments.

And that’s the view from the front deck today. :-)

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Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

12 thoughts on “It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over”

  1. More wonderful colour to store up in our memories to make the winter a little easier. I’m thinking of bookmarking some of these pretty pages so I can feast on them when it is so dark and grey.

  2. I was thinking the same thing today. What a pretty town you live in. I like the way the terrain goes up and down. Bet is fun on icy days, huh?

  3. I love the effect of layers of colour in that first photo, dark brown fence in front, bright gold behind, tan grasses follow, red shrubs next, and then green grass at the back. There’s lots of beautiful fall colour in all of your shots, with the town nestled inside.

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