These Trees are on Fire/Have no Fear, Fall is Here

Posted: September 27, 2012 in photography, photos
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As a child I despised autumn. I think I was resentful towards fall because it meant the ending of summer and the beginning of the long, cold, harsh winter. I did not begin to see the beauty of this time of the year until recently, there is no more colors out during any part of the year than right now. Greens, reds, yellows and various shades of orange light up the country, showering us in rainbows of leaves on the ground. It truly is a sight to see. I was thinking recently how sad it is that many people across the world don’t get to experience such a sight. For many, things may always bright green or always brown and lifeless. Here in Canada we get to experience the rebirth of spring, the growth of summer, the loss of autumn and the sparkling dormancy of winter.  Sometimes I take for granted how lucky I am to live in such a beautiful, calm place and recently I’ve been trying to take the time to appreciate this wonderful country, province and city I call home. I hope you all take the time to do the same! Here are a few pictures I have taken in the past two weeks of the changing of the seasons. (all photos were taken with an iPhone and contain no filters, enjoy!)

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Comments
  1. --Rick says:

    Absolutely beautiful. In a week or two, the beauty of fall will be in full bloom throughout New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine and I intend to enjoy each setting as they come. Thanks for the pictures from Canada.

  2. Beautiful photos. Autumn, to me, is almost the ‘goldilocks’ season… It’s not too hot, not too cold but, it’s beautiful wherever you look. 🙂

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