This is my contribution to the Tuesday Photo Challenge – Fall.
I had a few ideas for the challenge after photographing some early fall colour at the weekend. In the end I decided to go with a selection of photos of fall colour covering several decades and various locations.
Fall colour on Bickerton Hill, Cheshire, England in the early 1990s.
Fall colour in early snow, Bickerton Hill, Cheshire, England in the late 1980s.
Fall colour behind a slough, Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada in the late 1990s.
Fall colour on the Niagara Escarpment, Ontario, Canada a few years ago.
Fall colour in the mist, Hatherton, Cheshire, England in the late 1970s.
A section of fallen tree trunk surrounded by fall colour on the South Bruce Peninsula last year.
This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Remote.
My first thought was of some of the remote spots I visited when living in Saskatchewan, Canada in late 1990s. I once had the passenger side front wheel of my truck disappear into a hole at a water level control connecting Little Quill Lake and Middle Quill Lake. It was at the end of several miles of rough track that stopped at the water control point. I had to pile rocks in the back of the truck to get the rear wheel on the ground and the front wheel out of the hole.
Another time at a section of Little Quill Lake I managed to lock my keys in the truck and had to break into it with an old piece of barbed wire that I had stripped the barbs off.
Here’s a photo of a sunset over a marsh at Little Quill Lake. It was winter so I was probably the only person within 10 miles and it was -40° at the time.