Sunday, September 28, 2014

Fall in Muskoka and Haliburton

The lure of a northern getaway brings thousands up into cottage country and as the season winds down, the trees change colour as the days become shorter and colder.
Two lane highways spread out from the major Highways show rock cuts and slashes through forest show sentries of brilliant trees standing tall just beyond the shoulder.
There has been lots of rain up north and the creeks and rivers are running fast

See more of the Fall season after the jump.

Early morning fog reduces the visible environment to a small area
Until the hot sun starts to burn off the fog

The sun hits the mist on spider webs that hang in trees and along the ground. There are literally gazillions of webs spread throughout the forest.

Webs sit side by side waiting for food to enter the sticky traps

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