Gold and green, plus

E Ontario farmland fall

Most of the trees we saw today were green and gold, with a minority bronze and red. Then we burst out of the rolling, heavily glaciated terrain, finally reaching the flats of southern and southeastern Ontario. I saw a few fields that had been newly cleared, with large brush piles, and lots of in-use farmland (as above). From there we pushed on to the Argenteuil region, and, it turns out, through it.

I am convinced that whatever color the leaves/needles we saw, they were attached to metric trees.

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