Since our weather is beginning to turn colder, windier and possibly wetter over the next few days, I decided I’d best head out and capture some more autumn foliage images while I could.
Amazing how the grass can be so green while leaves are falling like raindrops everywhere you look.
I decided to take a jaunt to an area where I use to live, the Lower Norton Shore Road near Hampton, NB. Not much has changed in nearly 30 years.
When I left there I took a jaunt over Dickie Mountain looking for rolling hills topped with low hanging fog. I wasn’t disappointed.
And then, on my way home I stopped briefly at the NBEA year-end championship show being held at the Princess Louise Park Show Centre in Sussex, NB. It was a busy spot.
All in all, a lovely way to spend Thanksgiving Monday.