Last week, I zipped around Lake Ontario to visit writer friend, Keziah Fenton. We were meeting at one of her favorite haunts at Niagara Falls — Dufferin Islands. Let’s just say I can’t believe I lived in the Niagara Region for 11 years, and did not know about Dufferin Islands. Mostly, I ran up and down the Niagara Parkway. Anything that was on the Niagara Parkway — and there was a lot, including the falls — was thoroughly traveled. The rest of Niagara Falls, not so much.
Clearly that was an oversight on my part.
Dufferin Islands will be visited again and again.
I didn’t get a lot of clicks this time, as the conversation was flowing hot and heavy between us. The G-Man was sent out to shoot as much as he could. I’ll be sharing some of his shots here later. Thank you, Mr. G.
This image has a subtle beauty. What caught my eye was the crop of yellow-green branches growing out of the sideways trunk. The water is actually moving and the bright, little, red leaves are rushing along.
Do not go to Niagara Falls without visiting Dufferin Islands. The end.
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Autumn is in full swing here. I’m trying to drink in as much of it as I can.
And Monday rushes in sideways.
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Great image Elen 🙂 🙂 love the Autumn color and the reflections in the water 🙂 🙂
Thank you so much, Nigel! Yes, love the reflections!!
Dufferin Islands? Who knew? Thanks for the info.
I know! Go see. Let me know what you think.
I sat on one of the little islands to wait for you and absorbed as much as I could. There was a nervous young duck couple flirting on the water in front of me. The geese came right up to my blanket in search of food. Glorious leaves fluttered from the trees all around me. It is a magical spot. I’m so happy to have shared it with you.
And I am in your debt. 🙂 Love your shoes, btw.
Thank you, Daniel!
It’s really a photo with a subtle beauty. The colours are delightful, almost out of a different world. It’s often the places closest to home that is the hardest to discover…
Thank you, Otto! “It’s often the places closest to home that is the hardest to discover…” That is so true. I’m delighted to have discovered DI.
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