Natural landscapes: Autumn in Algonquin


This gem of a park, about three hours’ drive north of Toronto (Canada’s largest city) is famous for fall colours and for good reason. If you arrive at just the right time – and that’s always a bit of a crap shoot – you’ll be rewarded with overwhelming photographic possibilities. What grabbed my attention here is how rain made the leaves positively glow.
An interesting point about Algonquin – it’s such a huge park that you can be in the midst of autumn highlights on one side, yet still a week away from peak colours on the other end.

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