20 Breathtaking Photos of Fall From Around Canada
Changing leaves, morning mists, soft evening light and vibrant splashes of colour—autumn is a dream season for shutterbugs and outdoorsman alike. Check out these luminous photographs from Our Canada readers, which showcase the most magical time of the year.
Rain or shine, the reds, greens, yellows and oranges of autumn still manage to pop. Photographer Linda Prudhome captured this moment at Chudleigh’s Farm in Halton Hills, Ont.
Good Day Sunshine
Photographer Heidi Verrino of Hornepayne, Ont. uses light and shadow to stunning effect in this shot. Great job!
This free-spirited mallard was captured by Heather McIlravey on Severn River, Ont. Thanks for sharing!
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Walk in the Park
Photographer Tracy Vandermeulen found inspiration along the Carman Community Pathway in Manitoba.
No time better captures the splendour of autumn than the moments right before a sunset. Gorgeous shot, Christy Turner!
A Whiter Shade of Red
Photographer Deb Sandau captured this dreamlike composition in Red Deer, Alta.
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Photographer Ann Andriashek captured this stunning shot of autumn-framed snowy peaks in Kaslo, B.C.
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All eyes, including those of photographer Maryse Tremblay, were on this gorgeous reflection in Centennial Park, Que.
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Norman Dyrvik of Sherwood Park, Alta., found inspiration in this Bull elk he stumbled upon in Bow River.
Heather Vopni of Coquitlam, B.C. writes: “Gorgeous autumn leaves adorn the urban landscapes of Coquitlam City parks in beautiful British Columbia. These beauties were captured along the Coquitlam River.”
This magnificent shot comes from Kevin McKenna of Georgetown, Ont., who captured it atop Mont Tremblant in Quebec.
Not everyone is a fan of autumn chores, but they can provide plenty of fodder for photographers, including Joyce Stolte of Edmonton, Alta., who shared this shot of her grandson having a blast in a pile of leaves.
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Diana Gorski of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., writes: “Here’s a little squirrel enjoying a cool fall day at Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary. Located 33 km southwest of Edmonton, it’s one of my favourite places to spend time in.”
We’re so grateful photographer Norma Keith brought her camera along to Algonquin Provincial Park. This shot screams autumn!
Fred Allin of Etobicoke, Ont. writes: “Enjoying a walk by the Humber River in Toronto and taking in the fall colours.”
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