Heading north to Muskola
This week's Alphabe-Thursday challenge is not a letter in the alphabet. Nope, this week our assignment is to post autumn colour.
Some of Ontario's best colour is in Muskoka - part of Ontario's Cottage Country - which is halfway between the Equator and the North Pole (I kid you not) so reds and oranges have already given way to yellows and bare branches.
The red bulb marks Bracebridge on latitude 45°N
But fear not! We chose a delightful, bright sunny day in early October for our road trip/ photo shoot.
Reflections in unknown lake
I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE
Oh so pretty! Our color is gone, gone, gone, so I'll enjoy yours.
Have a nice trip! And again ... very nice autumn colors and images.
first and last shots deserve WOW!! the colors are soooo brilliant
Lovely -- especially the last photo. The reflection is amazing. :)
Your area takes the prize for color. Wish I were in the car driving down that road.
One of the very few things I miss about Ontario is the colour in the fall. Nice photos!
The colors are fantastic! I love that first shot.
love those fall colors!
Oh, these are beautiful! I wish fall would last at least an extra month!
Very pretty, EG. I will post some fall color on Friday. It has been weak so far.
The potter was using a foot pedal to turn the wheel.
I haven't been up there in years - looks gorgeous!
The leaves are beautiful!
Your autumn colors are just gorgeous. Thanks for taking us along with you on your drive.
ahhh Autumn is poetry to my heart!I love these intensive colors!
This place is awesome!
WOW... beautiful!! and I learned something new. :)
Okay, seeing as how it gets really cold up there for a long, long time during the winter and all the trees are bare and your wee toes freeze off, I think it's only fair that you get to enjoy this kind of beautiful scenery for a few weeks and do appreciate your sharing it with us!
we do live in a beautiful part of the country don't we....
Wonderful colors and views, nice images, too!
Stunning images. I love those reds,since I don't see them often in my part of the country.
The colors are very similar to what we have here...gorgeous!
Rode 400 many times - lovely colours. Thank you.
Lovely fall shots.
Beautiful autumn colors, and fantastic views!
Loved your autumn pictures! Beautiful!
Great photos of glorious autumn colors! No such color here. Still very green, it is so weird! xo
Love your fall colors, what a beautiful place to live!
your end of the world is looking lovely :)
I saw mums today at Lowe's that would qualify for autumn color. Our leaves have not started turning yet! It was 85 degrees two days ago but yesterday it turned cool and fall is finally in the air.
Beautiful! I wish I could jump into your pictures for a getaway!
So lovely! I have been there, but not during Fall.
What great color!
All of them are beautiful..love the reflection...
Beautiful colours! What a shame they have to give way to the cold and dark.
I love these autumn colors, delicious photos.
Love the post - so beautiful!
And thanks too for stopping by.
Have a great weekend & look forward to *seeing* you again next time,
Gorgeous! I want to put a scarf on now! =>
What wonderful scenery! I love your photos!
How beautiful! I miss those vibrant colours. Years ago I spent a fall weekend at Camp Tapawingo in Parry Sound - I remember the colour of the leaves and the smell from wood fires. Lovely memories!
Oh my for sure goodness autumn has come to where you are! Fantastic!
So beautiful, I've always wanted to go to Canada. Maybe someday.
The autumn colors in western Canada are mostly aspens, but their yellow splendor always excites me. Great photos!!
Oh so gorgeous! You are getting quite a show! not quite so colorful here...yet.
What glorious colors!
This is what I miss with Autumn in the desert. This felt like a visit home for me.
Thank you for sharing this loveliness.
And thank you for participating in Autumn break!
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