Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Our Colourful World in the Fall

Last week the forecast was for much colder weather with the possibility of snow. So far we have been very lucky and did not have any frost. I still have lettuce and red beets growing in the garden, which is highly unusual for our region in late October. Prompted by the wintery forecast my wife and I went for a walk and captured the beautiful autumn atmosphere of the Arrow Lakes. Enjoy.

21 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. That one rosebush is sprouting a new leaf, just like mine, because of the mild weather. I love those red autumn leaves and the hips.
    The bees and bumblebees will soon withdraw I guess. By the way, we had hardly any moskitos and wasps this year, which was strange. Did you observe similar in Canada?

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