I know. Fall fell, winter arrived and I missed it. But I didn’t want you to miss this stunning fall image provided by Westmount hobby photographer Andy Grual.
“The Bellweather tree, the tree by the bike path and the gazebo located on the the south side of the park, is typically the first to go scarlet in the autumn,” wrote Andy.
“When this tree goes red, autumn cannot be far behind.” Andy sent this October 17, but this year Mother Nature treated us with a few extended weeks of Indigenous Summer. On October 30, autumn did fall … and hard all weekend… so it is a good time to remember the Bellweather Tree. Thank you Andy. www.andygural.com