Autumn in Saskatchewan

by Ian McGregor

Autumn (or fall if you prefer) is a favorite season for many people - and here in Saskatchewan where I live nature does not disappoint. I like to think of it as a happy send-off to the warmth before the bitter cold sets in - not that winter is any less beautiful here.

Rays Through The Autumn Valley - Ian McGregor Photography
Rays Through The Autumn Valley
Somewhere In Autumn - Ian McGregor Photography
Somewhere In Autumn

... a great time for outdoor portraits

Autumn Perfection - Ian McGregor Photography
Autumn Perfection

Once the leaves start to turn and the wind picks up its time to get out and capture the trees and leaves, but it is also a great time for outdoor portraits. Have a child play with a leaf, or use some large deciduous trees clinging to their new amber and yellow foliage to compliment your subject.

Autumn Park - Ian McGregor Photography
Autumn Park

The season at my latitude (Regina, Saskatchewan) also starts to bring shorter days with longer periods of beautiful light and long shadows, opening many more opportunities for photography.

Autumn Light - Ian McGregor Photography
Autumn Light

These are a couple my favorites from various locations in the province. See more of my work in my gallery.

Seasonal Reflection - Ian McGregor Photography
Seasonal Reflection
Autumn Boy II - Ian McGregor Photography
Autumn Boy II

This article and all images are © Ian McGregor.