In late September several years past, I was hiking in Doncaster River Park, located an hour and a half north of Montreal. I was surprised to see maple leaves so vividly red so early in the season. The bright leaf colour contrasts beautifully against the whiteness of the rapids in the river, and I took this picture as an intimate moment of the fall colour season. I always carry my camera when on nature hikes, as I never know what I will come across. I really appreciate the quality and the light weight of my Micro Four Thirds equipment.Upload YOUR Picture • WIN $200 Cash
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