October 9, 2010
Bird's Eye View of Waterloo
Fall Colours found while showing
Tourists from Ottawa & Pittsburgh around KW
October 9th & 10th, 2010
Solé Restaurant Patio - Waterloo
Hedge by Waterloo Central Train Station - Perimeter Institute in background (Waterloo)
Market Square Ivy - Downtown Kitchener
Last edited by Shawn; 10-12-2010 at 05:31 PM.
Honestly... fall is the only thing I really love about this city.
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Great pictures Adrian!
A couple from two weeks ago when we had that wicked rain storm.
Whoa! Almost double rainbow!
Fall's the most beautiful season
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Perhaps the biggest urban forestry goof in the region? Entire streets in this section of East Kitchener have their trees split in half due to hydro wires.
October 21, 2010
Manchester Road & Elkington Drive
Lots of fall colours throughout Waterloo...
October 8, 2012
After the parade this morning, I went down for a wander around Doon and Homer Watson Park. To my surprise, the fall colours are not yet at their peak, although a few more days should do it.
The Grand and Pioneer Tower from Doon:
The Grand from Homer Watson Park (anyone else remember clambering down the sand cliff to explore the river and catch fish?
And the Museum, which is brightly coloured all year long (busy today too!)
Lakeside ParkThe path outside my back yard.
Looks like I wasn't the only one out recently snapping pics. (Taken with iPhone 5)