Fall’s Gold: 10 Beautiful Orange-Hued Photos from Across Canada
Nothing screams “autumn is here” like a beautiful pic filled with shades of orange. From the first signs of fall foliage to the final rays of a setting sun, check out these colourful shots snapped by Our Canada readers.
Alexandra Fontaine snapped this beautiful pic at Hayward Lake in British Columbia.
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Russ Hayes captures Canada’s national symbol on the banks of River Magog in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
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Ghost town wonders
This vehicle’s engine may have seen better days, but it’s hard to tell with that striking orange exterior. Thanks to Karen Mihalick of Red Deer, Alberta for sharing!
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To catch the sunrise
This early sunrise in Harrington Harbour, Quebec is unforgettable. Thanks to Tammy Green for sharing!
A bit of orange
The shades of orange sure do pop in Mike Lane’s shot of a roadside farm stand.
Born to be wild
Photographer Paula Brown of Ottawa, Ontario writes: “Motorcycling through the orange foliage of Gatineau Park must be a heady high!”