Natural landscapes: reflecting the autumn light

PART OF BUTTERMILK FALLS, HALIBURTON COUNTY, ONTARIO, CANADA

This isn’t one of those spectacular waterfalls; it’s a tumbling waterway, northeast of Toronto, that was once used to transport fallen logs. Now it’s a place for restful walks and enjoying the autumn colours reflected in the water. Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Buttermilk Falls Ontario

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