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Seasons in the Park

    The season has been changing here in the NorthWest. The days are becoming shorter and the temperatures are dropping.

   Last Sunday Rob and I needed a break from weekend work, so we grabbed our cameras and headed for our city park. Beacon Hill Park was almost deserted wen we arrived late in the afternoon.  The trees have definitely changed their wardrobes to brighter hues. It’s a reminder that their job of photosynthesis for the trees is nearly done for another year. We get to see their final splendour before the keaves begin to fall.

  The bench is mostly vacant now. Too cool too sit still for long. Soon, it will be time to look for those scarves and mittens!


October 23, 2008 - Posted by | life |


  1. Lovely pictures Bonny! – I can almost see Jack Frost peeking around the tree trunks, waiting for his moment!

    Comment by kevmoore | October 23, 2008

  2. Well Bonny you certainly have captured the visuals of our National Treasure: Fall.

    Your ability to weave pictures and word to tell a story is inspiring.

    I am so glad for you because I get a sense that you and Rob are happy.

    Cheers my friend

    Comment by Mike on the road | October 24, 2008

  3. Incredible colours in the trees, Bonny! I really love to live in the South of Spain, but there is something I really miss here: the colours of Autumn, the rivers and the lakes!
    But how good that we have friends in Canada!

    Comment by Miki | October 25, 2008

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