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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Beautiful Autumn Photography - Tracys Hill by @DowneyLaurie

Omemee Fall Foliage Welcomes Photographers!

Omemee area, located in the valley between Lindsay Peterborough, Bowmanville and Bobcaygeon is full of beautiful deciduous trees. Whether you traverse the rail trail between Lindsay and Peterborough, explore Eco System 2000,  drive along the country lanes, or explore the surrounding nature conservancies, or Emily Provincial Park, autumn is a delight for the eyes.
Where are some of the best vantage points for panoramic views of fall foliage?

Omemee Area Fall Foliage Vantage Points

Omemee Offers Great Fall  Photography Vistas
Omemee Area rolling "roller coaster" hills that thrilled us as youngsters  when our parents would see how far they could coast, offer great vantage points for beautiful panoramic views of autumn's splendour. One of the highest points in our area is Tracy's Hill. From Tracy's Hill looking east, you can see Downeyville -a tiny village halfway between Omemee and Bobcaygeon.
One of our Twitter friends, @Laurie Downey, tweeted this beautiful view of Downeyville to us inspiring this post.:
Here are some more beautiful views of Omemee area:
Fall Fog Omemee Ontario by Pjilisen
Windy Ridge Omemee Ontario by RG Rutkay
Mt. Horeb Near Omemee by CO1867

Omemee High Points Offering Panoramic Fall Photography Views

Omemee area is full of rolling hills which afford great views of the changing fall colours, as seen on the topographic map of the area.
Omemee Area Topographic Map
One vantage point not shown on the topographic map is the the Trestle bridge just north-east of Omemee. on the Kawartha Rail Trail that runs between Peterborough and Lindsay. The rail bridge may give the most breath-taking view of autumn leaves in our area.

Where do you recommend photographers shoot panoramic photos of our area?
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