|Raise your hand if you love autumn!|
The Screaming Heads outdoor artscape is a fascinating place to explore at any time of year, but the "wow factor" goes into overdrive in autumn. Add a backdrop of brilliant fall colours to the already striking vistas of cast concrete sculptures, geodesic domes, pyramids and house-turned-castle, and it's an autumn experience that can't be missed. It got even more interesting this year when it was yarn-bombed by a group of knitters as part of the Almaguin Highlands Sweater Weather weekend.
Jim and I made time for an afternoon fall drive last week and meandered up to Midlothian Road for a fantastical walk in, around and through the Screaming Heads.
|Well hi there!|
|Pull yourself across the pond on an old-fashioned guide-wire ferry.|
|View from the ferry crossing.|
|Through the geodesic dome.|
|Even the sunbeams are getting their groove on!|
|Trail through the woods.|
|I call this one "Jazz Hands". :)|
|Colour me happy -- love those hills!|
|"A pyramid, a horse and a hand walk into an artscape..."|
|The glove fits! Yarn-bombed sculptures for the Sweater Weather weekend.|