Niagara Seasons

John Hartig Photography

Autumn leaves begin to burst forth in an array of colour in Ontario by mid-September. Muskoka in the north and the Niagara Region in the south are ablaze with glorious colours. In Southern Ontario, Balls Falls and the Bruce Trail beckon the cameraman to take pictures of the reds, yellows and browns of the changing leaves. Trees in Vineland, Fonthill, Pelham, trees in all the little towns and villages are dressed in a coat of many colours. Larger towns like Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls, right up to Fort Erie, all show "the signs" that summer is over and winter will soon blanket Southern Ontario in white. But in the meantime, autumn blazes bright with reds, yellows and browns. It's time for a picture!

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