MSN readers photograph the best of fall across the country.
Who doesn't love fall? Vibrant colours blast from every corner - one last hoorah before the bare trees and cold days of winter. Dry leaves rustle underfoot. The air develops a delicious crispness, but the sun still warms your back. MSN Canada went looking for the best places in Canada to celebrate the season. We asked our users to send in your best fall photos - and wow, did you respond! We received hundreds of snapshots from across the country and have compiled the best for you here.
We start with a panoramic view just west of Revelstoke, B.C., sent in by Mark Stead. Click through and enjoy the last of the fall colours from British Columbia to Prince Edward Island.
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