As the colours begin to diminish more and more rapidly, I would like to go back to photos from last weekend. These were all taken at various stops on our way home form the cottage. Somewhat unexpectedly, we encountered some of the best autumn hues of the whole weekend.
After missing our turnoff, we stopped to turn around just north of Combermere. We were right beside a lake, but although I took several pictures of the lake, I seem to prefer this look up the road.
This was an earlier stop than the prevous photo much nearer the cottage on Lower Faraday Road, a very rural road between Coehill and Bancroft.
Taken at the same spot as the previous photo, I zoomed out more to get the road as well as the the opposite trees.
We had purchased some muffins in Bancroft, and when we saw this pull off onto a little picnic area in the middle of nowhere, we couldn't resist.
Much of the area that we travelled was hilly, but, although we couldn't stop at every viable scene, we thought this spot worthy of a few moments of our time. It was certainly off the beaten track, so we didn't have to worry about impeding other cars or getting run over by them.
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