This one made this evening on Lake Nosbonsing.
Four Mile Lake Road yesterday afternoon.
Won’t be long until all their colour is gone for another year.
A neighbour’s cottage driveway.
Not long now until all the colour is gone.
To be replaced by white.
Another photograph of yesterday’s orange shore.
There is a pond beside Hwy 11 that looks just great in the fall.
Today at noon under high cloud and uniform light.
First shot of maple leaves this fall.
This wetland on Four Mile Lake Road has a lot of tamarack wearing autumn colours.
Sneaky hints of Fall.
Four Mile Lake Road, North Bay.
A colour unique to maples in this country at this time of year.
Some oranges and yellows too!
Somewhere in southern Saskatchewan.
Fall sumac colours are most spectacular.
In the days before Kodachrome, colour photographs employed the autochrome process.
This is a Photoshop simulation of that process.
A camera lens poked into a Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) in fall gives lots of photo opportunities.
Fall in Northern Ontario has the most spectacular colours of all.
World class destination at this time of the year.
Or any time of year for that matter.