Fall Colours Toronto

Fall colours photo roundup 2011

As October comes to a close and we suffer through a particularly gloomy day, it seems like the right time to post our fall colours photo roundup for 2011. Composed of contributions to the blogTO Flickr pool, the collection below features photos from various parks around Toronto and more densely packed urban areas. We really are spoiled for our trees, which is nice to remember, especially when people get to talking about how this city will never be beautiful and all that.

If by chance these photographs inspire you to get out and shoot some of your own, you'll be happy to note many areas throughout the city are still showing some good colour and likely will be through the weekend. Should there be more good ones added to our pool, I'll append them to this post. Happy autumn (just don't think about winter). Lead photo by Christopher Liando

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Subjective Art

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by MSVG

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Andy Barrow

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by yedman

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Oktay Ozturk

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Paul Flynn

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Derek Flack

Fall Colours Toronto

Derek Flack

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Christopher Liando

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Natasha M

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Peter Grevstad

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by annawithlove

CN Tower Fall

Photo by Anthony A

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by asianz

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Ryan Kelpin

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Jarrett E Hather

Fall Colours Toronto

Photo by Cobby17

Fall Colours Toronto

Cobby17


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