An Orchard Becoming A Forest

I have read some of these trails are said to be over a thousand years old. When John Graves Simcoe first came to this fork in the Thames, this area is where they camped.

Once an apple orchard, now left to go wild, it is easy to forget all ones cares and roam amongst the Staghorn Sumac and Asters, the grasses rustling in the autumn breeze.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Happy Place.”

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