Trees surround the Sharon Temple in Sharon, Ontario in Canada and when Autumn has reached mid-season, the trees are a masterful mix of nature's wonderment. The leaves slowly begin to drop from the trees and scattered leaves of various shades blanket the grass outside the Sharon Temple.This National Historic Site in Ontario is a stunning display of colour during Autumn and the scattered leaves create a pathway to the entranceway of the temple. The building that houses the Sharon Temple was built in 1825-1832 and has become a permanent structure that represents a testament to the faith and works of the Children of Peace.Many services were held at the Sharon Temple in Ontario, Canada up until 1886 when the last one was held for good. The temple was close to being demolished in 1918 but was saved by the York Pioneer and Historical Society and was officially declared a National Historic Site.Visitors can enjoy the museum, gift store and other attractions at the Sharon Temple from the middle of May to the middle of October from Thursdays to Sundays. Autumn is the best time for a visit as you can also enjoy the fascinating shades that surround the exterior grounds of the temple.Touring the grounds of the Sharon Temple during Autumn you can capture some of the most amazing pictures. While the array of colours still cling to the branches, others have scattered themselves to the ground below and landed where ever they please.Sharon Temple, National Historic Site, in the town of Sharon, Ontario, Canada. Building was completed in 1832.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/200 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 52mm.
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