A break from starts might ‘permit’ broader focus, to a time of year when the fall colours brighten even shortened days. Images below are from Atlin, B.C. – “The Little Switzerland of the North” – where this time of year means, among other things, it’s time to check your snow tires. One of the quaintest and most colourful little towns, Atlin sits on the eastern shores of the largest natural lake in the province.
Closer to home in B.C.’s beautiful Okanagan Valley, as October approaches it means the Fall Wine Festival is near. With over 165 events planned over ten days (Sept 28 – Oct 7), it’s reportedly “the only festival in North America to happen at the heart of harvest.” Must be something in the wine.
Got a seasonal image from your neck of the woods? Send it to me, perhaps I can post it here..