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Monday, October 24, 2016

The Beauty Of This World ...

Hello my dear friends,

this past weekend my daughters and I drove to Port Huron in Michigan for the day and had such a lovely time shopping a little and having lunch. I didn't take many photographs, just a  a few photos on our day out.

We always drive down a country road when we go to Michigan and only take the highway for the last 20 minutes. We would otherwise miss so much beauty of south-western Ontario. Normally I don't just stop at the side of the road but this time I just had too and that twice, once on the way to Michigan and then again on our way back home. You will see why in a moment and I hope you will enjoy them.

This is why I stopped the car the first time ... beautiful Fall colors were to be seen every where.

I couldn't resist taking this picture though ...

... my younger daughter loves photography too just as much as I do.

It is just amazing how the leaves exchange their green coats to the most beautiful shades of yellows, golds, oranges, reds and even strawberry pinks. It is such a joy to take in all of the beauty that Nature shares with us in the Fall season.

That evening on our way home, we were very fortunate to be where we were for the perfect sunset in midst of farmer's fields and a few trees. Posting just one photograph just isn't enough to show you how breathtaking it was!

Our day ended with a smile on our faces being able to witness so much beauty this world has to share and having had such a lovely day together.

Thank you for taking the time to visit me here today at Todolwen. It is always so nice when you do.
Do come back some time ... you never know what I might have to share.

I hope you are well my dear friends and life is treating you kind.

Have a peaceful and creative day.


  1. Breath-taking colors... thank you for sharing

  2. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ... the picture of the cattails is absolutely gorgeous. This should be entered in a photography contest.

    Miss the colors. We don't have such splendor down in Texas.