Surely, I am not alone in thinking that Autumn is the best season ever! The dramatic change from the lush green landscape to the brilliant hues that is gold, yellow and red is enough reason to love the season.
A view of the Biosphere
This post is my entry to the Weekly Photo Challenge‘s Changing Seasons theme.
Because I know that the season will soon be over, I am taking advantage of the few warm days that we are having. Enjoying the outdoors as much as I can before the snow starts to fall.
ISO 100 | Focal length: 70mm | F-stop: f/16 | Exposure time: 1/45 secs | Edited in Lightroom 4 & Photoshop Elements 9
The Autumn foliage…
Somehow the season just doesn’t feel complete without a trip to the Mountain, where one can marvel at the beautiful sights and brilliant colors that nature has prepared. The Mont Tremblant National Park has always been my favorite place to see the Autumn Foliage. This place never disappoints.
Enjoyed the colors of Fall
Stay tuned for the remainder of this series. The best is yet to come…
Canon 60D | focal length: 40mm | f/11 | exp time: 1/45 sec | ISO 320
Photo taken at the Lachine Canal in Montreal
The leaves on the trees weren’t changing yet although it appears that way on the photo. What you see is actually the top of the trees being lit by the setting sun’s golden glow. No, Summer is far from over.