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Bright and still forest of Canada

bright and still fall forest of canada with colorful leaves
Thanks for having a look. This is the last picture taken of the fall season at the cottage. Even with 2/3 of the leaves on the ground, it was still wildly spectacular to take in all the color and shadows. The day was bright, but cool, and completely still. Another reason to love Canada.

Take A Deep Breath!

fall colors mirrored on echo lake, lake of bays township, muskoka, ontario, canada
Smell that fresh air and soak in those colors! This is one of those moments to savor. Life does move fast, yet here everything holds still. Thanksgiving weekend, Echo Lake

Spectacular Colors On Bigwin Island at Dorset, Lake Of Bays

dorset-lake-of-bays-muskoka-fall-colorsThanksgiving weekend looking out toward Bigwin Island on Lake of Bays, from the Dorset public pier.  Fall colors were at their peak, with spectacular reds, yellows, oranges, and deep purples.  Another reason to love life in Canada!

Birch Trees With A Backdrop Of Huge Color

birch trees with a backdrop of fall color
Loved how the birch trees stood out from a multi-color backdrop of huge color. Over exposed the trees for effect.

Fall Afternoon In The Mystical Forest

mystical forest with fall colors
Took a walk with the kids and dog a few weeks back through our local forest. With many of the leaves already fallen and a dark haze lingering, the forest had a mystical tone to it. You almost expected a Disney character to come running by – ha!

Exploring A Muskoka Beaver Habitat And Marsh Full Of Vibrant Fall Colors

beaver habitat marsh swamp bog fall colors exploring
Look closely at all the tree stumps in the marsh, giving evidence of a healthy beaver habitat. The locals say there is a cottage tucked into the forest at the back of the bog that only becomes visible once the leaves fall.

Time for fall colors: Mini waterfall with fall leaves scattered about

colorful fall leaves by mini waterfall
One of the benefits of life in Canada are the 4 seasons, and in particular experiencing the fall colors. This mini waterfall – 2 feet high! – is located next to the big High Falls on the north branch of the Muskoka River. Its a perfect example of nature’s colorful richness and solitude.