Waiting for fall colours

These past few weeks I’ve been exploring our little corner of the island again, sometimes venturing a little farther from home, enjoying all the fall colours as they appear along the highways and walking trails.

Fall colours – Indian Bridge, PEI

On PEI, fall colours usually show up along wetlands, rivers, and ponds first, then along highways and backroads, then a little later, inside the forest too.

While vibrant oranges and reds have already come and gone in some spots, many areas are yet to show their true fall splendour. Yesterday I explored a few trails in Bonshaw Provincial Park and aside from the leaves on the ground, the forest was still mostly green:

Forest trail – Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park, PEI

As the wait continues, I can always count on glowing reds along the coast:

Red cliffs at sunset – Prince Edward Island

I hope that wherever you are, you’re able to enjoy fall colours too. 🙂



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