Seasonal transformation is evident by mostly grey somber look and tons of fallen brown shriveled leaves littering the ground shown in this forest scene it happens every year.
Fortunately in this forest green moss still covers exposed rocks and the bases of some trees giving an interesting contrast to this hardwood forest scene.
The scene is early November 2017 in an Eastern Townships forest south of the town of Magog, Quebec very close to the U.S. border.
This is my contribution for WP weekly photo challenge.
Natural transformation already in progress shown in this image, dead leaves from forest trees biodegrading into rich black soil.
Also seen are dead twigs, a few freshly fallen leaves still retaining their color, and tiny white mushrooms nestled in the midst of it all.
Those tiny mushrooms aid the natural decomposition by feeding on the dead leaves and twigs after which they too will die and decompose enriching the forest soil.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”TRANSFORMATION”.
Making perfect evening crepes that is what this young chef appears to be doing then again, I am just guessing because after all the eatery is oriental and I have no knowledge about this restaurant or its food.
A couple weeks ago while walking along Saint Catherine street heading west I happened on this scene and took a quick picture. I had been walking for bit now and approaching the old Forum now called the Pepsi Forum on the corner of Saint Catherine street and Atwater avenue where I would enter the local subway or ‘metro’ station as it is called here.
This part of Saint Catherine street has gone through quite a transformation during the last few decades and what I noticed was the beginnings of another ‘China town‘ or perhaps more correctly, ‘little Vietnam, or IndoChina. There seem to be a grouping of oriental eateries and stores, both Vietnamese and Cambodian, although more Vietnamese. They seem to start around Guy street and end just short of Atwater avenue.
Guy Street is a north-south street as is Atwater avenue located in downtown Montreal they both run at a right angle to Saint Catherine which runs east-west.