It was time to change the header for my blog again which necessitated a visit to French River. On the way there, we saw a number of homes with boats stored nearby for the winter in anticipation of the freeze up around Prince Edward Island this year. Surprisingly, there were a few boats left at the wharf at French River.
There wasn’t much colour among the hills that day.
Though some fields are still green, the most autumn colour was among the fields.
Along by the water, the grasses and plants have attained autumn colour too.
Since early summer, a house has been built at the top of the hill above the wharf.
Not far from the wharf, the muscle beds have sea gulls enjoying the opportunity to be out of the water, sat atop the buoys.
Across New London Bay, the potato harvest is underway on the far side of the golf course where nobody will play golf until next spring.
The next change will probably include some white.
I love your blog and the lovely colors of autumn. It's always nice for me to visit your beautiful island. :-)
It's all perspective isn't it? I see fall like crazy in your pictures, especially as I am comparing it to home where we have just a lot of brown tinged with green. Not an orange leaf to be found.
The area you live in looks beautiful but i assume form your words that you get very cold winters?
I love your seasonal headers and scenic photos. We have had a week of color bursting everywhere and ankle deep leaves after two days of wind. I am so curious about the house in the upper right hand corner of your header. It looks to have withstood many years of weather, and is it slightly tilted?
fascinating scenes. Around here, I think I will also have to wait for snow to add color.
I am beyond impressed at your seasonal blog headers.
And the beauty of your home island.
Lovely scenes, Marie. The season is definitely in transition. Your new header is a beauty.
You asked me a few days ago about the colour mark on the sheep. The marking (ID) could represent the owner, a mated sheep, or if the sheep had all its shots. So, in theory they could have three stripes of different colours on their back.
Have a wonderful day/evening and new week.
Autumn is my favourite season, and I love your photos. I find it fascinating that you have to shut down and prepare for winter. Everything here keeps going all year round.
Thankfully, it is bight here today.
Yes, your new blog header photo is so colourful and lovely!
Very bucolic … lovely at any time of the year.
Lovely textures and a soothing mood in your images
I said Wow. That red boat was not there yesterday. And then I saw why.
I so love these photos, specially the first two. They really appeal to me.
I love your autumn landscapes which seem to be at a similar stage of colour as here. Luckily I don't have to be thinking about the white stuff yet, though it did once snow on Nov 8th.
Your autumn header is beautiful and those photos too!
Let's enjoy our new seasons.
I see lots of lovely colour here Marie. Was just thinking how lucky golfers are here that they can play all year round. Your new header shot is stunningly beautiful 💜
A beautiful area!
awwww, these are so beautiful, but white is my favorite!! i can't wait!!!
I really love the combination of countryside and seaside your area offers. You live in such a pretty place. You are so smart to take advantage of it with your daily trips.
PEI is a beauty all year round!
Fall's colors sometimes are quite subtle, yet beautiful nonetheless. I enjoyed the views you shared!
Lovely photos. We won't have much, if any, snow where we are currently living.
first image is CAPTIVATING !
your visit to your beautiful surroundings always fill my day with glory of nature dear Marie :)
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