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Multiple Trees

Photographs of multiple trees, in fields, with a mix of colours. These pictures are from various locations in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Orange and yellow amongst green

Image 1: Single orange-coloured tree amidst trees that haven't yet changed, North York, 1994. This picture was taken in a field in northern Toronto (in the part of Toronto that used to be the city of North York), on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1994.

Orange and red tree

Image 2: Tree with orange and red leaves, North York, 1994. Trees in a field in northern Toronto, taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1993.

Orange canopy

Image 3: A canopy of orange leaves, North York, 1994. Taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1994.

Red tree amongst green

Image 4: Red leaves amongst green, North York, 1994. This picture was taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1993, in northern Toronto.

Don Valley

Image 5: The Don Valley, Toronto, 1998. The Don Valley, and the Don River runs through Toronto just east of the downtown core. This valley system constitutes a large park in the centre of the city. A highway runs through it, with a spectacularly colourful view in Autumn. This picture was taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in the middle of October, 1998, from one of the bridges crossing the valley.

Don Valley Trees

Image 6: A closer view of some of the trees in the Don Valley, Toronto, 1998. This picture was taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in mid October, 1998.

Splash of colour

Image 7: Splash of colour, North York, 1993. This picture was taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1993, in northern Toronto.

These photographs were taken with a Nikon F-601 autofocus SLR, using a Nikkor 24mm - 50mm f2.8 wide angle zoom lens.