I took this picture while strolling past Osgoode Hall on the weekend. Its beauty stopped me in my tracks, literally. As Canadian’s we are so lucky to be surrounded by such beauty in our fall season. Enjoy.
Have a perfect Thanksgiving weekend with family, friends and good food. Take some time out doors to enjoy fall colours and hopefully a little sunshine. 🙂
Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!
This Fall Flag is flying outside our Head Office & Factory in Barrie, Ontario. It is a beautiful fall day, enjoy!
The term was conceived in 1957 by the U.S. scholar and vexillologist Whitney Smith and first appeared in print in 1959 (12). It was originally considered a sub-discipline of heraldry (Smith 12), and is still occasionally seen as such. A person who studies flags is a vexillologist. Vexillography is the art of designing flags; a person who designs flags is a vexillographer. A person who simply likes, admires, or enjoys flags is a vexillophile. (Except from Wikipedia)
This picture was taken outside of The Original Flag Store. The changing leaves and spectacular colours are letting us know that fall is here and so too is our wide selection of fabulous Fall & Halloween banners!