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  1. Greg Shchepanek

    Landscape Up at the top Colour of Trees

    Walking on the trails of the city's green space property I took this shot of the overhead trees :
  2. Greg Shchepanek

    Welcome to the Month of October

    What are you expectations for the month? Autumn will be in all its glory with colours and cold. Our main thing in Canada is Thanksgiving which falls differently the our Southern American friends who don't have theirs until November. My big thing I look forward to is visiting Algonquin Provincial...
  3. Greg Shchepanek

    Indian Summer

    Occurs after the first frost hits and is a period where temperatures exceed +20 degrees basically summer temps after dropping below 0. From last years Indian summer a Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) Cooper Marsh Conservation Area, Lancaster, Ontario, Canada. Conservation Status: imperiled...
  4. Greg Shchepanek

    Today is officially the first day of autumn!

    Bring on the fall photography and all the beautiful colours involved.
  5. Greg Shchepanek

    A Favourite of Fall: Pearly Everlasting

    There is not a great variety of flora in the fall except for Asters and Pearly Everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea) Alleyn-et-Cawood, Quebec, Canada. Canon EOS M100 • EF-M28mm f/3.5 MACRO IS STM • ƒ/3.5 28.0 mm 1/60 100 Flash (off, did not fire)
  6. Greg Shchepanek

    The Fruits of the Fall is a Fungus

    So small dainty and cute is the Orange Peel Fungus (Aleuria aurantia) Alleyn-et-Cawood, Quebec, Canada. Canon EOS M100 • EF-M28mm f/3.5 MACRO IS STM • ƒ/3.5 28.0 mm 1/60 320 Flash (off, did not fire)
  7. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Asters are all over in the fall but are hella hard to identify...

    So I believe...a Fringed Blue Aster (Symphyotrichum ciliolatum) Alleyn-et-Cawood, Quebec, Canada: Hoping to find someone here who is great at identification of these beautiful flowers of fall.