Happy birthday to my sis back in Singapore and a couple of my friends heehee :P

Autumn feels a bit late and extended this year, these photos are taken in October  -I seem to remember during this time last few years the leaves would have fallen off or it would be really rainy all the time. Not complaining tho! I love colours of autumn!

We were very lucky that we bumped into fleeting period of blue sky the day we went to Granville Island for some photos :)

Looking at some of the photos, it’s a bit hard to believe that it’s autumn since most of the time autumn is a rainy and slightly windy season ^^; I definitely remember it was cold tho!

Amazing colours on those climbing ivy!

Came across a HUGE pumpkin near the public market on our way back to the car ^^;

By now the skies are turning cloudy ^^;

love these tiny flowers, hope to grow some of them at our future home :)

I normally only see the leaves of these acorns(?) on the ground, never really noticed the fruits(?) until now lol!

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8 Responses to Autumn sights 2009

  1. Koharu says:

    That’s an impressive pumpkin~
    Reminds me that halloween’s just around the corner! ^^ Better get the decorations out of storage.

  2. radiant says:

    ah yes… Granville Island… We were there last week! It was like a summer day that week!

  3. chun says:

    Heehee yes it was! I doubt I can pick it up ^^;

  4. chun says:

    Granville island is always one of my favorite places to go to ^^ It’s so beautiful and colourful whatever the season!

  5. chibinezumi says:

    love fall! the leaves are beautiful, the air is crisp and refreshing and there is halloween and pumpkins ^^

  6. Tommy says:

    Lovely photos.

    Both summer and autumn sucked in Toronto, so much rain. :( Couldn’t catch a break with the weather.

  7. chun says:

    yes :D I love fall, so colourful!

  8. chun says:

    aw! sorry to hear!

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