Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Last Day  of the Indian Summer (November 10th)

It was the day before Remembrance Day. The Americans call it Veterans’ Day. When my wife and I stepped out of our home, we were greeted by the brilliant morning light and the sun felt warm in spite of the crisp air that had cooled down to almost freezing during the night. So we grabbed our cameras and went down to the boat dock and golf course, our favourite spots, to go for an exploratory photo session. This week and the next, I will showcase the photos I took in that glorious morning light. Enjoy.

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42 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

    1. Obviously, the term has nothing to do with India. When the early exploerers landed in North America, they thought they landed in the Far East and called the native people Indians. The term Indian summer describes the period in the fall, when we get a long period of sunny weather that often lasts into the beginning of Novenber. I hope this makes any sense to you. Best wishes! Peter

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