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Crothers Woods Fall Colours

Fall Colours in Crothers Woods

The fall colours in Crothers Woods in Toronto didn’t disappoint me. When the sun showed up after lunch time today, a friend and I went for a hike for two hours at there. Well, not exactly two hours of hiking; 45 minutes of that were spent in camwhoring. We were worried the sun would be […]

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Fall Colours in Mono Cliffs Ontario Canada

Fall Colours in Mono Cliffs

It’s that time of the year again when you fall in love with Canada—especially when you’re in close encounter with the fall colours in Mono Cliffs. There are many places in Ontario where you can drive by, hike or walk to admire fall foliage. Last weekend, a friend brought me to Mono Cliffs, an hour […]

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Autumn In New York Central Park Fall Colours

Autumn in New York

The title of this blog entry, Autumn in New York has nothing to do with the movie starred by Winona Ryder and Richard Gere having a May-December love affair. No, I’ve never seen them in person. But, I remember, I cried while watching that movie. And I remember how beautiful, stunning and colourful Central Park […]

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Cheltenham Badlands in Fall

Cheltenham Badlands is a badass soil. Its deprived of lush vegetation and formed into shiny, bald reddish rolling hills and in between narrow trenches that go down unto the rich soil satiated with lush foliage. A short scenic drive (be awed by the fall colours) from Toronto, the Badlands is a photogenic delight of everyone […]

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Algonquin Park Fall Colors

By this time, you’re already tired of looking at my spectacular Algonquin Park Fall colors shots. But, keep your jealousy to yourself. I have my own. LOL… I promise this is going to be the last entry of fall colours taken from Algonquin Park. I just couldnt resist sharing the rest because I know, natures […]

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Algonquin Park Fall Colours – Lake of Two Rivers Camp Ground

The Lake of Two Rivers camp ground is the oldest and the most-known camp site in Algonquin National Park. Its accessible on Highway 60 on km 31.8 and it features a beach side opposite a tiny island which can only be accessed via canoe or kayak. The park also includes 241 camp sites where most […]

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Algonquin Park – The Canoer

“Good morning”, he said. He greeted me with a bright smile enough to warm me up from the crispy morning temperature. Its 7:00 in Algonquin Park and the world was sheathed in autumn mist. The hazy hills and dales nearby are nowhere in sight and I had the feeling that, they, too, together with the […]

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Algonquin Park Fall Colours: The Lookout Trail

At the Lookout Trail in Algonquin Park, there’s a great fall colours that await hikers and visitors. It’s not really hard to fall in-love with a place thats as gorgeous as Algonquin Park—in Fall. The whole park is on fire with burning hues of red, orange, yellow and green. The craggy cliffs are like your […]

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