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Mabel Davis Trail

 

Mabel Davis Trail collage

The other day my husband suggested that we walk along the Mabel Davis Trail in Newmarket, Ontario.   He is unable to go too far but a short walk would be okay.   I brought my camera along.  It was a lovely day and the late summer colours along the trail were lovely.  The Go Train track runs along the one side of the East Holland River.   I love the colour of the sumac in the fall and the teasel is a photographic favourite.  I have not been able to identify the pink flowers yet.  They look like a beardstongue but grow 6 and 7 feet tall with long leaves. 

This is the last day of the August Break but I seem to have a rhythm here posting a photo in the evening so I will carry on for a bit.  Hope you will stick with me.

 

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Comments

Lisa Gordon said…
Definitely a walk worth taking, Valerie.
These are just beautiful!
What a beautiful fall mosaic. Have a great Labour Day. Jen
Love the shot down the tracks Val.
Judith
Lorrie said…
Beautiful shot of a beautiful place to walk. I wonder who Mabel Davis was?

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