This weekend marked the the last true weekend of summer for 2015. It's been a wonderful, but far too quick, first season at the cottage. We have a few more weeks yet before we close up, and I'm looking forward to capturing the fall colours, albeit in a bitter-sweet sort of way.
With the rush and excitement of summer now a recent memory, I find the cottage and the resort in general very peaceful and relaxing. Fewer cottagers are up, and those that are seem to be more relaxed, focusing on those end-of-season chores or simply just taking it easy and enjoying the far less frenetic pace of this time of year.
With Sunday, came the first breaths of autumn; a chill in the morning air, that soon warmed into a beautiful day. And with such a gorgeous day, naturally the camera came out. This project shows a few scences from around the cottage (including the cottage itself), but then takes you on a photo-drive I took around Villiers Line and other side roads in the area.
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