Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

This week’s photo challenge from the Daily Post is entitled Changing Seasons.  Although my favourite season is Fall, mainly because of all of the fabulous colours, all of them have their bit of charm and unique beautiful, especially at that cusp where things are just starting to become different.

Fall: Some of the trees and leaves on my walk home from work.

Fall: Some of the trees and leaves on my walk home from work.

Winter: I was in Ottawa a little bit after winter started last year.  Although it wasn't the precise beginning of the season, you can still see a few leaves lingering from the end of the season before and fresh snow of the new start to winter.

Winter: I was in Ottawa a little bit after winter started last year. Although it wasn’t the precise beginning of the season, you can still see a few leaves lingering from the end of the season before and fresh snow of the new start to winter.

Spring:  Nothing Says Spring more than fresh green, sunshine and a walk in a park.

Spring: Nothing Says Spring more than fresh green, sunshine and a walk in a park.

Summer:  Church Picnic back home happens right at the start of summer and commemorates for me the start of all things summer.

Summer: Church Picnic back home happens right at the start of summer and commemorates for me the start of all things summer.

Check out the other entries for this photo challenge here!

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