The wilderness of Quebec is something that attracts visitors all year and this view of the breathtaking scenery is just an example of what the province has to offer. This picture of the fall reflections on Lac des Cypres was taken along Highway 3 in Parc national du Mont Tremblant, which is a Provincial Park of Quebec located in the Laurentides region of the province. As it is fall the leaves on the trees are just turning different shades and the water of the lake is calm and still due to the blue cloudless sky.
Fall can be a perfect time to visit an area, especially an area in Canada, that is known for its natural beauty, as it can showcase the region at its best. Parc national du Mont Tremblant is the largest and oldest national park in Quebec and is so huge that it would take days just to get around and see everything. During the fall however, it can be beneficial to visitors to pick just one area of the park and really take time and admire the beauty of nature, the stillness of the water, and the different species of trees that grow there.
Lac des Cypres is just one of the over 400 bodies of water that can be found in Parc national du Mont Tremblant and canoeing on these waters can be a great way to see much more of the park. The park is open all year round and a visit in the fall is well worth the effort, just to see the amazing natural colours alone.
Fall reflections on Lac des Cypres along Highway 3 in Parc national du Mont Tremblant, a Provincial Park of Quebec, Laurentides, Quebec, Canada.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/7.1, exposure time of 1/100 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 70mm.
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