Changing Leaves

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October is usually the Grimsby through the Niagara region's time to shine (excluding the great wines available year round). Here's an example of it. This year was a bit subdued in color compared to previous years; likely due to the very mild and dry early/mid October conditions. Leaves starting changing colors late and were blown off the trees earlier than usual. We didn't get a full progression in many cases. Maybe next year.
Taken By
Anton Falco
Taken On
October 30, 2023
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fall autumn leaves changing landscapes ontario canada land nature outdoors plant tree vegetation woodland road aerial_view flower plant_community natural_landscape larch
  • Focal: 4.49
  • Lens Model: 20.7 mm
  • Shutter speed: 0.00625 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 2.8

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