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The colours of fall

Posted: 10/12/2013 12:14 AM | Comments: 0

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Free Press photojournalist Ken Gigliotti captured the sights — and sounds — of autumn at FortWhyte Alive and around the city.

  • Paths and boardwalks at FortWhyte Alive give the public pathways to connect with nature.

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    Paths and boardwalks at FortWhyte Alive give the public pathways to connect with nature.

  • Benches provide spots for quiet contemplation.

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    Benches provide spots for quiet contemplation.

  • Reeds and tall grass turn autumn colours into abstract art.

    KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

    Reeds and tall grass turn autumn colours into abstract art.

  • The duck pond provides incredible colours of its own.

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    The duck pond provides incredible colours of its own.

  • Leaves change colour, fall from the leaves and sometimes end up in ponds.

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    Leaves change colour, fall from the leaves and sometimes end up in ponds.

  • Sun reflects off a stream as the leaves change colour.

    KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

    Sun reflects off a stream as the leaves change colour.

  • Geese gather before heading south for the winter.

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    Geese gather before heading south for the winter.

  • An afternoon walk is a great time to connect with nature, as well as with people.

    KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

    An afternoon walk is a great time to connect with nature, as well as with people.

  • A mallard duck floats in a pond beyond the reeds and tall grass.

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    A mallard duck floats in a pond beyond the reeds and tall grass.

  • Mallard ducks gather in a pond.

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    Mallard ducks gather in a pond.

  • A mallard duck flaps its wings in the water.

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    A mallard duck flaps its wings in the water.

  • A mallard duck flaps its wings in a pond at Fort Whyte.

    KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

    A mallard duck flaps its wings in a pond at Fort Whyte.

  • A mallard duck flaps its wings in the duck pond.

    KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

    A mallard duck flaps its wings in the duck pond.

  • Docks are a starting point for canoeing or fishing, an entirely different fall activity.

    KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

    Docks are a starting point for canoeing or fishing, an entirely different fall activity.

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