Wednesday, 21st February 2007 by Alex Turnbull
There’s a nice story on Vanity Fair about how the author, Nick Tosches, spent more than a year attempting to track down the shot location of a desktop picture called Autumn that came with his copy of WIndows.
Eventually Nick managed to track the image back to the Corbis library, and in turn to the photographer, Peter Burian. With a little coaxing, Peter eventually remembered that he took the photo in the village of Kilbride, near his home in Milton, Ontario.
Of course once we had the address, we managed to find the exact tree-lined path and barn in a couple of minutes – thanks to Google Maps
And although these particular trees are still green, there’s thousands in this area that have started to turn a fantastic shade of orange!