Saturday, 11 October 2014

The fiery autumns from home

My father sent me many pictures taken long the Saguenay river, near a little village named Sainte-Rose-du-Nord. The Saguenay region is where I come from, where I grew up. And I never saw autumns like there, with such fiery colours. It is one of the things I am proud about, even though I cannot take the credit for it, as I mentioned here. In any case, I wanted to share more autumnal pictures here, so here is another one. As my youngest brother mentioned on Facebook: "Our region of birth, as long as we don't take into accounts its politicians, is damn hot." I think this deserves to be a great unknown line.

2 comments:

Gwen Buchanan said...

Looking beautiful at your fathers. The leaves have been falling here, very fast in the last week,3006 much to my dismay. I want them to hang on as long as possible.

halloween spirit said...

The changing leaves is one of my favourites parts of autumn. Here this weekend, they are at their peak.