Roadtripping, one of my favorite ways of exploring a country. And Canada, a country in which I really left my heart.
After an impressive introduction to the stunning Western part of Canada last year, we explored the Eastern part the country early October this year, Ontario to be precise. This period gave us the opportunity to see the leaves fading in red, yellow and orange. A trip that I can recommend to everyone. The further our trip, the more colorful the trees were. The natural phenomenon of Indian Summer: an explosion of color and a magnificent spectacle!
Earlier, I shared the preparation for this trip, in which I said that the focus would be on the parks of Ontario. We didn’t see much of the city but our itinerary certainly didn’t lack stunning and a great variety of nature. All the parks we visited have two characteristics in common: lots of water and forests. Boring, you’d think. But that’s not the case since every area distinguishes itself in a unique way. Proof that a forest is not just a forest and a lake is not just a lake 🙂
Before I started this roadtrip, I gave myself the task to also photograph details. I selected a few of these photos to give a small impression of this trip, but there is much more to show. In upcoming articles I will gradually reveal the beauty of Ontario sharing stories and lots of pictures!