The world reveals itself to those who travel on foot. ~ Werner Herzog
Let's have a little wander around Peterborough. This takes us back to mid-October when trees hadn't fully changed but the air was still mild and inviting. Please join me!
It was a windy day, and my walk started over at Little Lake where I had a good view of Centennial Fountain showing off her rainbow colours in the brilliant sunshine.
A moment later, the wind picked up, lifting the prism skyward. We were also feeling the mist from across the lake, at times.
This gull was battling the breeze over the waters of Little Lake.
The breezy day was also having fun with the clouds, creating wispy white fingers in the sky.
There must have also been some water droplets in this cloud which formed a subtle rainbow of its own.
This little cutie decided to hang around and pose for a few photos.
Wandering further south, we ended up winding through the paths of the Little Lake Cemetery where this angel was watching over some of the local residents.
Exploring the surroundings, this cutie of a ground hog took one last look before disappearing in her burrow between a couple of monuments.
Something interesting had been going on in this spot where a small, colourful collection of glass and pottery had been left behind.
This little guy was also having a nice little wander several hops ahead.
Juniper berries are bright blue eye-catchers in the sunlight.
Another colourful scene which caught my eye on the way home.
And speaking of home, this was the view outside of my window when the sun broke free of gloomy skies and brushed the trees with its brilliance.
That's it for this time. More photos coming up just as soon as they're ready.