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Autumn Surrounds Brewer Lake

Algonquin, Ontario's oldest provincial park is a great place to photograph in any season. In the summer we load up our canoe and head off into the park's interior. But in autumn we don't feel the need to venture far from the Highway 60 corridor. Hardwoods that turn brilliant reds or orange line the western end and present another stunning scene around each curve in the highway. Or we can hike up to the top of Booth's Rock Trail for a bird's eye view of autumn foliage, mostly sugar maples surrounding Rock Lake. Normally a little later in the season, the more boreal eastern side of the park will display spectacular yellows of birches, poplars and tamaracks. But one Thanksgiving we were on hand to witness both the west-end's reds and the east-end's yellows at their peak. During that trip we were even lucky enough to photograph frosted wetlands. Truly a weekend with much to be thankful for.

More images of Algonquin in Autumn

- Lori Erwin




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