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Single Trees

Photographs of individual trees, in fields, that have changed colour. These pictures were all taken in northern Toronto, Ontario, Canada in early October, 1993.

Single orange-coloured tree

Image 1: Single orange-coloured tree, North York, 1993. A tree in a field in northern Toronto (in the part of Toronto that used to be the city of North York), taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1993.

Branches covered in orange-coloured leaves

Image 2: Branches covered in orange-coloured leaves, North York, 1993. A view through dangling orange-coloured leaves in a field in northern Toronto, taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1993.

Still changing

Image 3: A tree with leaves still changing colour, North York, 1993. A tree in a field in northern Toronto which still has leaves that haven't changed colour. This picture was taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1993.

Small but bright tree

Image 4: Small but brightly coloured tree, North York, 1993. A small tree in a field in northern Toronto. Note the plants around its base the leaves of which have turned to a deep red colour. It's not just trees that change colour. This picture was taken on Kodak Gold 200 film in early October, 1993.

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