Saskatchewan, Canada by Scott Aspinall

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This was taken in White Butte Trails, Saskatchewan, during the peak of autumn colours. After spending some time the day before hiking in White Butte Trails, I came across a small stand of aspen trees. These trees were dressed in their full autumn colours and immediately I spotted a compelling composition. However, I was without my camera at the time, so I logged their location with the anticipation of returning when the light was ideal. It just so happened that that would occur the very next day.

Fog enveloped the surrounding area that morning, so immediately, I knew what I wanted to photograph. I left home before sunrise to catch this image before the morning fog lifted. However, by the time I got to White Butte Trails, the fog had all but dissipated. The light, however, was just right. I zoomed in on an area of the aspen grove with fairly prominent leaves and grabbed this photograph.

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