Autumn changes are proceeding apace.
Winterberries (aka Black Alder Winterberry, Brook Alder, Canada holly, Coralberry, Deciduous Holly, Deciduous Winterberry, False alder, Fever bush, Inkberry, Michigan Holly, Possumhaw, Swamp Holly, Virginian Winterberry, or Winterberry Holly) have lost their leaves.
This poplar leaf is showing the removal of green chlorophyll as abscission is well along its process:
The tamarack (aka hackmatack, eastern larch, black larch, red larch, or American larch) is changing from green to gold to orange. Here is a close-up of tamarack needles on a foggy morning (click on the picture for a better close-up of the droplets):
And here are photos of tamaracks along Hwy 529:
Here the leatherleaf plants are showing their characteristic fall maroon as the final leaves on the birch and aspens are falling:
Some scenes of a foggy morning, first along Old Legion Lane:
Beside Glenny’s house:
Looking across the Still River towards the Byng Inlet at 8:31 AM EDT.
The Still River in front of Annie’s house…
8:43 AM ….
8:53 AM ….
Yes, the droplets (and the single web) are there …
This one reminds me of my sister who celebrated another birthday on November 6th. Gentle, with a hint of restraint:
The docks are now on shore leaving these posts at St Amants:
8:57 AM ….
Nice view from ET’s, looking west along Riverside Drive:
And the last photo of the morning before heading up for tea at St Amants…
10:57 AM …
Beautiful fall weather!!
Tom, thank you very much for these breathtaking Fall views – something truly special about fog married with Nature. xoxo .