Some of the Autumn leaves that slowly drop away from the trees in the forest in Lake Superior Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada spend their time on the surface of the rocks while others get washed downstream. The beautifully colored red and yellow leaves that have fallen from the trees were lucky enough to be able to spend a short time upon the large boulders alongside the waterfall.
The Sand River in Lake Superior Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada can flow at a fairly swift pace and as the water rushes over the cliffs, the rapids below can become quite fierce. Most tourists that visit this area along the Pinguisibi Trail should stay a good distance behind as the rapids coming off the waterfall can be very dangerous.
The only way that these Autumn leaves will leave this rock surface is if the water levels rise to unbelievable heights or if the wind whips through Lake Superior Provincial Park. If the wind takes them for a tour, they may end up along the banks farther downstream or they might take a ride of their life down the rapids. Autumn is a beautiful time of year in Lake Superior Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada especially around the Sand river on the Pinguisibi Trail. The rapids can be a great deal more powerful and the colorful leaves that have already fallen may float along the surface of the water or cling to the shores of the riverbank.
Fall leaves beside a waterfall along the Sand River, Pinguisibi Trail, in Lake Superior Provincial Park, Great Lakes, Ontario, Canada.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/16.0, exposure time of 1/2 sec. on ISO 50, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 45mm.
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