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Photos and texts by Pascal Sauvé (Kitchener, Ontario)
http://timestop.zenfolio.com

So for Autumn 2013, I thought I would try to get the fall colours in my travels in different locations across South West Ontario.

These locations include Bayfield, Stratford, Kitchener (Huron Natural Area) and even along Highway 8.

Photos in Kitchener's Huron Natural Area was one of the challenging out door shoots ever. Fog, overcast and drizzling conditions made for dark and wet shooting conditions. It's pretty tough shooting sharp without motion blur at 1/25 of a second. But the result is that you have wet leaves that appear more vibrant. It was worth it.

There are houses, restaurants, a church, water, foliage, a blue heron and pumpkins galore. Something for everyone and I hope you enjoy them.


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Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Foliage
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