Once again we’re able to move off the pathway now that the undergrowth has begun to die back. Those places and views that have been hidden for the last few months are becoming accessible again as the season changes. Winter will be here soon and bring a new perspective to familiar walks. Etobicoke Creek
On the days where the light doesn't cooperate you can either enhance the picture using sliders afterwards, or you can choose to shoot in black and white. Especially when the sky looks this good.
This bridge leads off a main trail to an area where I've photographed warblers, hawks and other birds. It's a bridge to a little bit of natural magic.
Well, there's a distinct lack of any live sports for me to shoot these days, the pitches are empty but the opportunities for a photograph are always there.
The bicycle was locked to the fence of the tennis court, but perfectly placed between two benches. Was the rider making some sort of point or were they just slightly obsessive?
While full Fall colours are without doubt beautiful, sometimes the growing sparseness once leaf fall begins provides a more distinct contrast between the colours.
Normally we walk on the pathway through our local parks, but occasionally we'll venture onto one of the side trails, made much easier now that so many of the leaves are gone.