Tag Archives: autumn
Torreys Peak stands majestically while autumn’s colors hang on into October in view of Colorado’s Continental Divide (Torreys and it’s neighbor Grays Peak are the only two “Fourteeners” to have their summits sit on the continental divide). Meanwhile, early season snow … Continue reading
Most think of color, vibrant golds, when they think of fall aspen. I believe that one of the most interesting aspects or features of these magnificent trees are the boles or trunks, full of character and contrast. It’s easy to … Continue reading
No photo opportunity would be complete without attempting a panorama mixed pine/aspen forest and the explosion of color and variety of texture that Colorado’s hillsides show in September
There are few things better than a bluebird autumn day in Colorado’s high country; crisp mornings and warm sunshine, beautiful colors, the smell of fall leaves, azure blue skies, light breezes…just heaven!
I love the senses that are awakened by a good walk in the woods, and fall is the an assault for sight and sound – the smell of the leaves in autumn, the sound of the wind through the trees, the feel of warm sunlight and cool breezes, and the blaze of color and explosion of contrast. New snow and gold aspen are a great combination for all these things… Continue reading
Colorado’s high country is spectacular in the fall. The days are crisp and the sun feels warm, but there is always the hint of something to come. On a glorious day in late September, the bright day was so much different than the night before. A hike to Crater Lake in the Maroon Bells Wilderness Area was full of beautiful views and “Autumn Splendor.” Continue reading
There are many shots of the Crystal Mill near Marble, I made this one in square format on a potentially stormy fall day. The river winds around beautifully and it maintains a bluish tint to the water. The colors compliment each other and the cloudy sky prevented harsh contrast Continue reading