A Splash of Orange: Fall Photography Across Canada
Nothing screams “autumn is here” like a beautiful pic filled with shades of orange. From the first signs of fall foliage to the final rays of a setting sun, check out these colourful shots snapped by Our Canada readers.
Image Credits: Photo: Alexandra Fontaine
You know summer’s over when the only thing hitting the beach is a fallen leaf! Alexandra Fontaine captured this beautiful fall photography at Hayward Lake in British Columbia.
Image Credits: Photo: Russ Hayes
Maple leaves forever
Russ Hayes captures Canada’s national symbol on the banks of River Magog in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
Check out more of Russ’s stunning shots in this gallery of “in the backyard” photography.
Image Credits: Photo: Fred Allin
Crisp, clear skies, calm waters and a rolling horizon filled with red, orange and yellow foliage… Fred Allin’s gorgeous snap from his weekend trip to Hull, Quebec captures the essence of fall photography in a single shot.
According to one Our Canada contributor, this is the best place to see fall foliage in Canada.
Image Credits: Photo: Karen Mihalick
Ghost town wonders
This truck’s engine may have seen better days, but its last paint job—a striking burnt orange—remains remarkably vibrant. Thanks to Karen Mihalick of Red Deer, Alberta for sharing!
Don’t miss our round-up of amazing Canadian car photography.
Image Credits: Photo: Tammy Green
Orange you glad you woke up for this?
It’s hard to imagine a more serene start to your day than this early morning sunrise in Harrington Harbour, Quebec. Thanks to Tammy Green for sharing.
Catch more of Tammy’s stunning snaps in this gallery of flower photography across Canada.
Image Credits: Photo: Isabelle Marozzo
Photographer Isabelle Marozzo of Norland, Ontario writes: “I was so lucky to witness this Monarch butterfly emerge from the pupa and captured this moment seconds later.”
Check out winged wonders of a different variety in this gallery of great Canadian bird photography.
Image Credits: Photo: Mike Lane
The shades of orange sure do pop in Mike Lane’s fantastic fall photo of a roadside farm stand.
Here, 30 Canadians—including Mike—answer: “What are you thankful for?”
Image Credits: Photo: Lilyan Cilia
For the love of gourds
As photographer Lilyan Cilia’s shot proves, you can never have too many pumpkins!
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Image Credits: Photo: Marsha Beaulieu
Marsha Beaulieu of Mississauga, Ontario bids adieu to summer with this poignant fall silhouette.
You’ll find more striking silhouettes in this gallery of hauntingly beautiful photography.
Image Credits: Photo: Paula Brown
Born to be wild
Photographer Paula Brown of Ottawa, Ontario writes: “Motorcycling through the orange foliage of Gatineau Park must be a heady high!”
Can’t get enough fall photography? Here’s what autumn looks like across Canada.