Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Autumn 2021

 It has been a nice Autumn
 this year, here in the Gaspé.

Covid counts are going down 
with people being vaccinated 
and having passports. 

I am sharing some photos
I took here and there. .
The colours of Autumn. 

I have deer coming to visit.
I do leave some apples 
near this spot for them.

A buck enjoying the berries 
from a Mountain Ash tree

This was the first day of hunting season 
that he came into the yard.

They also eat apples on the ground
that fall from the tree. 

A Maple Tree
turns glorious colours

Fall Asters 

Lots of leaves have fallen.

Hostas are beautiful
before going asleep for Winter.

Virginia Creeper
 climbed to the birdhouses.

Mountain Ash tree has
 plenty of berries this year.

After the leaves have fallen.
Food for wildlife.

Whimsical look of Daylillies

Golden leaves of Shieldleaf,

A young Butternut Tree


In the Woods

We've had a lot rain in October.

A Witches Broom/
A deformity in a tree.

A golfball in the forest?
Possibly dropped by a bird.
Possibly a Crow or Ravin.

At the beach
So peaceful in Autumn.

The town of Bonaventure in the distance.

Day's brook below.
It appears smaller because
 I'm standing on a cliff. 

Fall winds bring in 
a lot of beach wood;
And other things...

Also some treasures,
if you collect seagrass.

Sundown at the Dock

This lighthouse was moved from
its original location in the 90's.
It used to be close
 to where I grew up.

Below, an old photo
someone sent me recently.
Its original location.
The revolving light would shine 
in our upstairs window.
Our beacon in the night.

A lot of seaweed on 
the beach in Bonaventure
from high winds and huge waves.

Sister Annie

Beautiful Fall Sunsets 

Bye for now.
Thanks for your visit.
Stay safe and stay well.


I am pleased to announce that our gardens have
been featured in the Gaspe Spec Newspaper.
That's me and my sister Annie in the photo.
We made it on the front cover. 😃
Thanks to Journalist Diane Skinner
for this lovely article.