The Fall and Fall Colours πŸ‚πŸ

The last leg of my amazing trip to North America was in Ontario, Canada.

It was such a divine combination of Spirituality and Nature at its best. And once again I got so much love from all. Special thanks to my fellow devotees : Anitaji, Minaji and Shaileshji for all the love and care. And to Heather, my dear friend in Dundas, Hamilton.

Brampton and Mississauga are filled with Indians 😊

A couple of monks from Self Realisation Fellowship HQ from LA were visiting Toronto and I could attend many meditations too along with sight seeing : Nature at its awesome best. Can’t thank God enough πŸ™πŸ™

I had been to Niagara Falls in 2014 but from the US side. Canadian side falls are definitely more beautiful and awe inspiring.

Niagara on the Lake is small and beautiful town on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. A must see.

Could see some of the most amazing fall colours in Mississauga. Thanks to Shaileshji. The tapestry formed by the combination of different shades of green, yellow, red, rust and pink would leave anyone wonder struck and awed πŸπŸ‚πŸ™

Dundas in Hamilton is small quaint valley town of 20,000 inhabitants and millions of trees πŸπŸ‚

Spent a couple of glorious days there with my friend Heather. The B&B I stayed at was an old bungalow with very Victorian furnishing and well managed.

57 thoughts on “The Fall and Fall Colours πŸ‚πŸ

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  1. Thank you so much Eilidh. You aren’t as far from the Falls as I am 😊 God willing you shall. And don’t miss Niagara-on-the-Lake πŸ’•

  2. If you decide to visit Western Canada, there are some very beautiful mountains worth seeing. I highly recommend visiting the mountains in Banff. There is also Lake Louise but I haven’t been there yet. I heard that it’s beautiful too! 😍😍

  3. I share in your description of the Falls on the Canadian side. They are magnificent! And you have captured its beauty so nicely, thank you for sharing. It majestically shows God’s splendor.
    Wishing you all the beauty and blessings this new decade (and new year) brings. Shalom!

  4. Wonderful post, Ashok, and the photos are showing an awesome nature.
    I have been wanting to visit many times but events overtook. We are now three friends who plan on going.
    I will add your destination to the ideas.


  5. Thank you , the photos are lovely . Happy New Year to you and your family . Thanks for your support with my blogging , much appreciated.

  6. I went to Niagara Falls on the Canadian side some years ago. It is so beautiful! Great pictures of you, your family, and nature. God bless you Ashok!

  7. Enjoy your holidays with your family Hilary. Now that I have a multiple entry visa I would make some more visits to Canada. A big and beautiful country πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—

  8. Oh my God! 3000 km away in the same province πŸ˜‡ Canada is a big and beautiful country. Now that I have a multiple entry visa I would be seeing more of it in the coming years.
    Yes Steve I know there are beautiful colours in your part of Ontario too. You keep sharing beautiful pics 😊

  9. It was so amazing to stand there and listen to the falls and the vibrations. Amazing.
    Have a joyous and fulfilling 2020 my dear friend.
    And I intend visiting your part of Canada in summer of 2020. God willing πŸ’•πŸ™

  10. My family lives in Southern Ontario. Right now I’m in Richmond Hill visiting the in-laws for the holidays. I’ve been to Niagara on the Lake as a kid and really liked it. I’ve also been to Niagara Falls when I was younger. Haven’t been up the CN Tower but I’ve been in the area a handful of times. You made a good choice visiting Canada! πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

  11. Loved your photos! Even though I live in Ontario I have never been to Niagara Falls. I live about 3,000 km northwest from there. Beautiful colors down that way too.😁😸

  12. I stood exactly where you stood at Niagara Falls in May and have some photos of me right there. The Canadian side is so breathtaking. I love it. Also, Hamilton is such a quaint town I love that it’s so filled with brick buildings and history that has been around since Canada’s inception. I love your photos !

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