Rouge National Urban Park

Although not as showy as the vibrant colours of our usual autumns, I do like the soft, demurred shades of reds and yellows splashed throughout the forest of the Vista Rouge Trail, one of the eight trails that make up the Rouge National Urban Park.

It always amazes me to see how much nature co-exists within the city of Toronto in a seamless geography of concrete and green.

Here are some photos of a pleasant day’s walk.

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15 Responses to Rouge National Urban Park

  1. Kathie B says:

    Not only the leaves. Wow, get a load of those lichens. And tree roots in the path!

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  2. Adoro esta época do ano pelas cores que se encontra na Natureza.
    Adorei o post.
    Belíssimos tons!
    Abraço e boa semana!

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  3. Ilda says:

    what a treat to the eyes and to the soul!

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  4. Dawn Wink says:

    Emanuel, thank you ever so much for sharing this tapestry of beauty. A feast for the senses and the spirit!
    Gratitude and smiles,
    Dawn

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  5. Bacardi Gold says:

    I love the colors of the trees during this time of October. Nice post. Beautiful.

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