I grew up in Brisbane, a city that essentially has 2 seasons - wet and dry. The trees are pretty much evergreen so until I lived in Canada I'd not experienced either a real autumn or spring. I love fall colours so I was happy to see the leaves had changed colour by the time I arrived in Quebec. Fall was short lived though. Once the rain in Quebec had come and gone, most of the leaves were off the trees and on the ground.

I found a few favourite trees around the city. This one was in Artillery Park.

I found these beautiful leaves outside St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, one of my favourite buildings in Old Quebec.

These pictures were taken in Citadel Park, Rue Cartier and the Plains of Abraham.

Another favourite tree I found in the gardens at the Plains of Abraham. I'd hoped to see more fall colour during my stay in New York but I was a bit too early. 

By the time you read this I will be on my way home to Sydney and expect to arrive home with a bad case of jet lag and a well used credit card. I hope you've been well while I've been gallivanting across the globe.

Bye for now,




  1. So pretty! Fall is my favorite season.

  2. Hi Juliana,

    it's a lovely time of year, isn't it?



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