The colour-changing leaves in fall are famous here in Nova Scotia! Here are my favorite photos: reflected in water, close up, aerial view, against blue sky, and more.
Fall is such a beautiful time of year here in Atlantic Canada! The changing leaves steal the show for sure, but there is more to autumn in Nova Scotia. In the mornings the frost and dew turn the fields into sparkling masterpieces. The water turns red, yellow, gold and orange as it reflects the leaves.
And there is a glow that doesn’t happen any other time of year.
To celebrate all that beauty we are sharing 32 photos of fall colours. We hope you enjoy them, and that they inspire you to get out there and capture some fall colors of your own.
Fall Colours From Nova Scotia
Reflected Fall Colors
Nova Scotia Autumn Colours on Blue Sky
Cool Fall Mornings in Nova Scotia
So many colors! I’m partial to red and orange, but they are all beautiful, especially when the sun hits them.
Almost all these photos were taken in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley with an entry-level Canon DSLR. The three aerial photos were shot in Antigonish county, with a DJI Mini 2 drone.
And as a bonus… my favorite road picture from this shoot.
Do you have a favorite photo in this collection? We would love to hear which one it is, please tell us by commenting on this post.
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