When fall colours come to Newfoundland, the Atlantic coastline is sometimes left behind. Further inland and all along the sheltered bays you’ll find plenty of deciduous trees that liven up the colour palette with vibrant yellows, oranges and reds, but on many forested parts of the East Coast Trail the evergreen spruces still dominate the scenery.

This year shows plenty of red though, even on the east coast! You see, last year was a very poor year for the dogberries and they seem to be making up for it right now… So instead of red maples we now have tons of red dogberries bringing some extra colour to the coast, and in this case, the hills beyond the harbour:

Fall colours on the South Side Hills – St. John’s