Just driving along the back roads close to home you can find some great things to photograph, especially when the most photogenic season is here – Autumn!. Today I headed up to Caledon, near the Forks of the Credit Provinical Park, with my friend Nigel to photograph a twisty road lined with trees displaying their fall foliage.
Some think it’s a great road to ride their motorcycles on. I tend to agree although I’m stuck with just using a car. 😉
It’s not just the road that’s fun to photograph. Looking up towards the treetops is another fun angle to capture the fall colours.
My favourite spot of the day we found while driving home on a side road. There were these gorgeous orange-leaved trees lined up along an old fence making the perfect pathway.
I sometimes wish autumn would last longer. These gorgeous colours go away too fast and there’s never enough time to enjoy this great season.