Niagara on Fire
Article written by Olivier Peyre – Posted by Darren Platakis
Fall is the season when people pile on more and more layers of clothes as trees bid farewell to their leaves. But as the temperature drops, the foliage seems to heat up as warm colors spread.
Shimmering golds and fiery reds, with specks of mahogany and olive, change every single forest, park, cemetery, yard, and bush into a spectrum of pastels—truly a sight to see.
This palette finally reached the Niagara region a few weeks ago, allowing all the region’s residents to rediscover the beauty of their home in its autumnal apparel.
Geospatial Niagara did not miss this opportunity, and we are now pleased to share the wonders of autumn with you through the following pictures.