It is fall again in Canada. This means access to beautiful colours throughout the province.
One of my favorite places to photograph fall foliage is Algonquin Provincial Park. It is usually the first area in Ontario to achieve 100% change in foliage colours. Check the Ontario park reports to get the status on the leaf colours and recommendations for best views.
The park’s rugged terrain and thousands of kilometers of trails and canoe routes provide unlimited photographic opportunities throughout the year. Due to the concentration of trees such as white and yellow birch, maple, ash, beech, poplar, and oak, the park is also your best photographic experience in Ontario for fall colours.
The frame below was taken on a stormy weekend as I was driving on Highway 60. Although the rain makes the colours richer and saturated, a break through the dark clouds presented an opportunity to capture the striking contrast of sunbathed yellows and reds against the dramatic sky.