We're nearly half-way through October and the fall season is in full swing here. I snapped several photos this past week showcasing some of the beauty and splendor of autumn in Ontario.
Here we are driving along the Highway 60 corridor into Algonquin Park to see the gorgeous fall colours at their peak! We're so lucky to live just a short two-hour drive from this, the oldest provincial park in Canada! It is one of the most picturesque places to see the fall foliage in Ontario, with the dominant colours being red and orange. I actually stood in the middle of the highway to get this shot!
We pulled over to breathe in the fresh air and gaze at the vibrant colours reflecting in the water. I will never tire of this view!
Annabel, sitting and reflecting...
Anita and I posing for a photo amidst the gorgeous scenery. We are both in our element here. I so love this picture. In fact, we got it printed at the Algonquin Park Visitor Centre on the same day!
These are some of the trees we saw on our hike through the "Lookout Trail". I spent most of the day in absolute awe of our surroundings. We were even lucky enough to spot a Mama moose and her calf walking alongside each other in the forest by the highway. I look forward to visiting again next year!
Photo opportunities are lurking all along the old country roads in and around our city. I couldn't help snapping a photo of this pretty scene! Don't you just love a rail fence?