Autumn in England is certainly different to Fall in Fernie. The colours are different, the trees are distinct from one another (in Canada, it can often seem like one tree has been multiplied a million times over), and finally, the woods/forests themselves, are different. In England, we have no need to worry about wildlife when wandering through the woods early morning, in complete contrast to British Columbia where the bears, wolves, and cougar rule the forests. Woodland areas in England are unusual in that they are often located in areas where hundreds of thousands of people live. In Canada, the backcountry is usually miles from any form of civilisation and the nearest town will be home to a few thousand people. This photograph was taken using an Olympus EM5. Photograph details: 03 sec, F9.0, ISO100, 26mm.