Autumn foliage in the Bonshaw hills on PEI, Canada. Autumn on Prince Edward Island, Canada offers one of the longest viewing periods for fall foliage with exceptional range in colors. Fall foliage on the island features fiery scarlet-red leaves of red maple, sumac, and cherry trees, along with the brilliant yellows of birch, beech and poplars, and offset by rich emerald greens of fragrant softwoods such as spruce, pine and fir.
October 27th, 2012
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