Each season brings a different look to the Grand River, which winds its way through southwest Ontario. The area was popular for settlers to the area and is dotted with mills, farmlands and now sprawling cities.
Penman's Dam, seen here, was constructed in 1918 to provide water power to the nearby Penman's Clothing Mill in Paris, ON.
This year, the weather helped the trees pop with vibrant colours which seemed even more widespread when caught in the river reflection above the dam this autumn morning. The trestle bridge is still in use despite its precarious look and if you time it right you can catch a train slowly chugging across, its whistle and vibrations causing the nearby nesting birds to take flight against the sky.Upload YOUR Picture • WIN $200 Cash
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