Falkirk, Scotland, taken on March 18, 2017
After visiting the Falkirk Wheel and the Kelpies, I took a walk around the Kelpies before the sky got completely dark, stumbling upon a lovely row of trees reflected in the quiet waters.
Madawaska Valley, Canada, taken on October 10, 2015
The hike in Madawaska Valley was a beautiful surprise and a rare time when all family members hiked together (mainly because I insisted). The colours of the autumn foliage were at their best in mid-October, which was exactly why I went back to Canada and headed up north with my family. The vivid yellow and red leaves are lovely complements to my even more lovely parents, aren’t they 😉
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, taken on October 29, 2011
I spent the autumn of 2011 in Louvain-la-Neuve and it was the first time I realized how magnificent the colours of the autumn foliage could be. It was also then that I fell in love with this season. Such beautiful flying leaves all over the campus!
Toronto, Canada, taken on September 23, 2014
Wake me up in the forest of the night, before the darkness erases you from my memories.
Toronto, Canada, taken on October 16, 2014
For the first 10+ years that I had been a resident of Toronto, I had taken its autumn foliage for granted, not fulling immersing in its awe until 2014. And you really don’t have to go too far to enjoy the colour-changing scenery – a 15-minute drive from Scarborough takes you to Moccasin Trail Park, right by the DVP, where you could find the rainbow bridge. The hidden pond in the midst of the park is also a pleasant surprise as it reflects, with perfect symmetry, the stupendous colours of the foliage. What a treat!