The Sumac

by Dan Gordon

December 5, 2017.

Part four of our four part series on fall colours in Ontario. You can check out parts one, two and three.

The Sumac shrub is prevalent in Ontario and goes mostly unnoticed during the spring and summer while its leaves remain green.

But as the weather cools, the transformation is dramatic and the once bland shrub transforms into fiery shades of orange, yellow and red.

I was shooting some video of a creek not far from Buckhorn Lake. I noticed a few sumac bushes showing off their fall colours so I thought I’d take a few photos while my video cameras were busy recording.

Enjoy.

Cheers,
Dan Gordon

 

 

The Sumac
Ontario, Canada

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