An autumn sunrise at Lake of Two Rivers. A bank of fog in the distance and still water provides a nice reflection.
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At the east end of Algonquin Park on Barron Canyon Road, Cheater Trail takes you to this peacefull waterfall where Stratton Lake cascades into High Falls Lake.
The Berm Lake Trail from Achray Campground also leads to High Falls.
Next to High Falls this dark, pool of water provides a nice backdrop the orange hues of this sugar maple. A small cascade in the background shows where Statton Lake flows into High Falls Lake.
At post 7 on the Track and Tower Trail this breathtaking view of Cache Lake awaits. This is one of the best vantage points to view the peak colour in Algonquin Park during the autumn season.
Late in the day this bull moose was quietly eating his dinner while dozens of excited photographers took his photo. The reflection in the water provides a hint of the fall colour.
A carpet of red maple leaves on the Madawaska River in Algonquin Park – Track and Tower Trail.
Warm side light along the shoreline of Lake of Two Rivers just after sunrise.
Sunrise at Mew Lake near Hwy 60 in Algonquin Park.
Timing is everything. I visit this location every year and it has never looked as good, as the first time I photographed it.
A large hemlock tree growing over top of a rock in Algonquin Park. When the wind blew, the entire tree would creak and groan as it swayed back and forth.
Murky water along the Berm Lake shoreline with an interesting abstract pattern near Achray campground in Algonquin Park.
Exposed pine tree roots on the Track and Tower trail.
Fall colour at near Kearney Lake in Algonquin.
Long exposure photo of the Oxtongue River in the autumn.