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Welcome to another edition of Photo Friday.

The objective is to post your own images, based on a prompt provided by the Photo Friday staff.



It’s impossible to narrow this down to one, or even a few as there have been many favourite locations over the years, but the old adage holds true. There’s no place like home and this is my location of choice and circumstance at the moment. When it turns cold, I’ll be dreaming of tropical islands, but for now, it’s time to enjoy the splendours of Autumn here in southern Ontario, Canada:

Favourite Location, Photo Friday, Autumn at home

favourite location, photo friday, autumn at home

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Debbie D.
Canine Innkeeper in suburban Toronto, Canada, known as "The Doglady". Writer/website owner, photographer, animal lover, music fanatic, inveterate traveller. History, literature and cinema buff. Eternal "hippie/rockchick". Binational, German/Canadian and multilingual. Looking for the next adventure!
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  1. oh, the amazing colors of autumn- we have that too over here. Your pictures are so great – lovely season isn’t it?:-)

  2. Such lovely photos of fall, looked outside today and the rain was pouring down, multicolored leaves covered everything, the yard, driveway, road, porch. It was lovely, should’ve snapped a few to share, maybe tomorrow!

  3. I really miss the amazing colors of Michigan. I never thought about Canada and your Autumn there, so close to Michigan.. I miss Michigan, AND Canada, just across the bridge, we always think of you and one of us. Lol.. Weird, I know. 🙂

    1. Hahaha! I’ve heard that a time or two. Too bad we need a passport to cross the border, eh? 🙂 I’d love to be able to bring back all that cheap, American booze without tariffs. From 1959-1965, we lived in London, which is only a couple hours away from Detroit. We went there several times, as my father had relatives on the American side. Last year, hubby and I spent a lovely few days in Frankenmuth, Michigan. It’s a beautiful area, with a similar climate. Thanks for dropping by, Karen (or do you prefer Mimi?). Have a good weekend.

  4. In upstate New York, our color (so far) is spotty – and you can even, in places, see bare trees right next to trees that haven’t started to turn yet. I love the color. and we in the North are fortunate to have it for our cameras. Just think if trees showed their true colors (not masked by chlorophyll for most of the season of leaves) all the time – we would give trees barely a second glance, after a while.

    1. Some of our trees turned early as well. Others are still completely green. It sure is a great time for taking pictures. These ones are from last year. We had a hot September, so the colours aren’t nearly as vivid, yet.

    1. Thanks, Jeffrey. I’m a lousy photographer, so was really happy when these “point and shoot” digital cameras came along. 🙂

  5. We were out hiking today…and the red colors that I so missed in the German fall foliage I now have in your beautiful photographs. I like thinking my favorite place is home too. Or maybe it’s where my hubby is…those two things go hand in hand. A lovely topic!

  6. I don’t think I could come up with any one favorite location as I have so many places that I enjoy for varying reasons. Ontario would be a good choice though.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host

  7. Hi, dear Debbie the Doglady! These pictures showing the splendor of autumn leaves in your area are among the most beautiful I have ever seen. Please pity me. Here I am trapped in Florida where the only changing colors I ever see are the tans and reds on the backs of sunbathing Canadian snowbirds. 🙂 Thank you very much for sharing these glorious images, dear friend Debbie!

    1. Hi Shady; Yes, Autumn is a beautiful time of year in this area. It’s what comes after that makes me want to join those Snowbirds! Aww, poor you, having to deal with such warm temperatures in the winter. Did that sound sincere enough? 😀

    1. Autumn is beautiful here, but I don’t much like what comes after. When it turns cold, I’ll be thinking of you in the warmth of Singapore. 🙂 Thanks for dropping by and have a good weekend.

  8. There’s no place like home! Lovely leaves! Aren’t the leaves spectacular this time of year, Debbie? I can’t resist taking way too many photos of the leaves. They’re just so beautiful! We are lucky to live here in Canada with such an abundance of trees, forests, lakes and open spaces, even if winter is too cold and too long.

    1. Autumn is a great season, for sure, Cathy. 🙂 These photos are from last Thanksgiving. Hubby and I spend the afternoon just driving around taking pictures. The good certainly outweighs the bad (winter) here in the Great White North. Thanks for visiting and Happy Thanksgiving!

  9. Beautiful pictures my dear friend. All my life I wanted to be a country boy but instead I lived in the sharp angles of the concrete jungle. One day I want to spend a month in a cabin by the water to remove the savage city boy that haunts me.

    Have a lovely Autumn, Sis.

    1. We have the best of both worlds here, living in the suburbs. 🙂 That cabin sounds mighty inviting, but I couldn’t take it for a whole month. Too isolated. Thanks for dropping in, Chi Chi. Bundle up – winter’s coming! 😛

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