We travelled to northern Ontario to spend Thanksgiving with our oldest daughter and family. The drive is through some pretty country well known for the rock faces and outcrops.
The forests in this region are mostly deciduous which makes for the most colourful autumn display.
While the turkey was cooking in the oven, we went to the university for a nature walk amongst the trees. There is a strong native influence in this area and the grounds have a full size teepee which the two youngest granddaughters were enthralled with.
It must still be in the ancestral DNA to be in a tree. :-)
Other times when we've visited up north, I've seen an unusual hedge that I managed to get a shot of this time. I don't know what type of trees have been manipulated but they form a courtyard at the front of the house.
I'm linking with my friend Beth from Beyond the Garden Gate for Travels Near & Far, held on the 15th of each month. I hope you'll join us too.