I tried to capture the snow on camera but it stopped on me. The winds are 24kmh with gusts over 40kmh. The islands between 2.5 and 6km go from view and then return in just a few seconds. Even the whitecaps on the lake rise and disappear like magic.
So back to Sunday's walk and some trees in Tudhope Park.
I was watching the horizon - the Park does have that slippery slope.
Hard to believe the colours, and the range of reds.
Leaves powering the return of sugars to the roots?
Green sentries covering the retreat to Winter?
And now we know: they, the snowbirds, don't take it with them:
I hope to see you next Spring,
W O B