Favourite Fall Imagery 2023

Newfoundland and Labrador is a great place to be when the seasons change. We’re known for things like our colourful homes, personalities and landscapes year-round, but during the months of September and October our scenery takes on the majority of that colour. We’ve taken the liberty of putting together a showcase of our favourite imagery from this fall season, so that you can see just what we're talking about. Enjoy!

Downtown St. John's

There’s nothing more enjoyable than sipping a hot cocoa while taking a stroll through downtown in the fall. Sheldon Hicks embodied that feeling with this one.

Swift Current

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An explosion of colour in Swift Current makes for quite the setting this time of year. We could watch this reel from Curtis Meeker on repeat.

Humber Valley

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Noah Gullage made this footage from a beautiful day in Humber Valley look like something straight out of a movie.

Torngat Mountains

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On his recent visit to Torngat Mountains National Park, Tom Cochrane spotted this remarkable polar bear in her natural habitat.

Bowring Park

We love the light in this shot of Bowring Park from Michael Kennedy.

Corner Brook

Waqas Ali visited the West Coast on a day where fall foliage was as far as the eye could see.

Harbour Main

There are many things that pair nicely with the fall season. A sunset, in our opinion, tops that list.


Amanda Peyton caught a unique view of Freshwater Bay, near Gambo. With all of these rich fall colours, there’s no filter needed here.




If you have a fall photo you want to share with us, tag us @newfoundlandlabrador and use the hashtag #ExploreNL.

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