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Fall photography

Train in Fall Colors – Study 2

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Flow, Color and Rhythm of Water

Continuing with the Fall theme, a series of factors made this frame: sun-setting light, fall foliage, stream flowing through a meadow (well, obviously), and a slow shutter.

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Secondary Road: Changing Times, Changing Seasons, Changing Colors

There’s something magical about secondary roads that take you through unexpected sights of interest along the way.This was the case of the Secondary Road illustrated below. There’s no extraordinary subject matter captured in the image, but just a quick passage through brilliant shades of yellow, orange, and red mixed with continuous tones of evergreens. The [...]

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Tree In Fall Colours

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Where to Photograph Autumn Colours in Ontario – Barron Canyon

Part 1 of my fleeting trip to Algonquin Provincial Park
Just about everything got rushed as soon as I read the Algonquin fall report: “Percentage of colour change: 90-100 %”
Reading it set the whole lot in motion for me. Instantly I decide that I will drive 800 kilometers in the next 24 hours. That is my [...]

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Fall Colors in Algonquin

There is probably more need for fall colors landscapes so here is my participation, especially since, at the time of this writing, fall is not too far away.

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Fall Photography in Ontario

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 [...]

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