A Mid-November Walk in Birch Cliff

View of Lake Ontario from Rosetta McClain Gardens

It rains today. It’s cloudy and it’s best to stay inside and enjoy the memories of an unseasonal November in Toronto. We have had glorious days of sunshine and warm weather well up to yesterday. Perhaps there will be more days like this to come. The month is only half way done. For now, here’s some photos I hope you will enjoy from my walks at Rosetta Gardens and surrounding area at the edge of Lake Ontario, on the east end of this big city of Toronto.

A bit of red still hanging on, not wanting to let go of summer.

The Last Leaf

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13 Responses to A Mid-November Walk in Birch Cliff

  1. Mrs. Carol L. Wells says:

    I really enjoyed “our” walk this morning. I love the views of the golden leaves against the blue sky and especially of the fire-red leaves “still hanging on to summer”. Thank you Emanuel.

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  2. Thanks again for another beautiful walk. Especially love the remnants in red. Keep strolling and sharing!

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  3. Alex Antunes says:

    Lindas fotos! 🙂 Gostei particularmente daquela do banco vazio de baixo da árvore amarela (a árvore com folhas amarelas). É uma típica foto de outono no hemisfério norte. 🍂🍂🍂

    Não sabia que em Ontário existia um lago de mesmo nome. Interessante! O Canadá é um país muito bonito.

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  4. Alex Antunes says:

    Eu pensei que o lago de Ontário fosse o oceano Atlântico, de tão azul e imenso! 😯

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  5. Belíssimas cores de Outono! Em toda a sua essência.

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  6. Ilda says:

    Beautiful photos, Emanuel, they so express the essence of the season.

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  7. dulcedelgado says:

    Bonito passeio e imagens!

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  8. O Outono é aquela estação bela! Apesar de significar uma transição, é qualquer coisa de espectacular. As cores são fantásticas, tornando as paisagens ainda mais belas.
    O próximo post no meu blogue também vai ser com fotografias de Outono, também do meu dia de aniversário (que irá sair também com vídeo)… mas isto, mais para o próximo fim-de-semana.
    Belíssimos registos.
    Abraço

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