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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

FALL IN THE MOUNTAINS...................





I love Fall!! I especially love Fall when living in a location that actually has a true change of seasons....all four of them!! Colorado is definitely in that category, and this Fall has been spectacular!! I love the changing colors, the crispness in the air, the scents of dampness when walking in the woods, and of course pumpkins!! In anticipation of a big, windy storm coming through that was predicted to blow all the leaves off the trees, we headed up toward Mt. Evans last Saturday for some good shots of the aspens. I love the aspens. I love the sound their leaves make when blowing in the wind. I love the shape of the leaves. I love their bark, which reminds me somewhat of the look the birch trees had in Alaska when I was growing up. I have shared just a few shots from our little outing, from one camera. I'll try to get to the other camera's card soon, where there are many more pictures!! Enjoy!!

5 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Love the pics, funny how you are so far away but it looks like PA.

I still love those patriotic pears that I won!
Rondell

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Hi, Rondell!! Glad you enjoyed the pics...and yes, probably does look like many areas....these shots are from an elevation of about 9,000 feet or more, though!! Thanks for visiting, and glad you are still enjoying your pears!! Look for my 200th post giveaway when the time comes, and maybe you will be lucky again!!! Hugs, Trudy

Wings and Paws Primitives said...

Oh Trudy, just beautiful pics... I want to walk around in those beautiful places with a nice hot latte!!Thank you for sharing your gorgeous shots. Hugs, MO

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Come on over and we'll go walking, Mo!! Thanks for visiting!! Hugs, Trudy

Cabin Creek Farm said...

Those Aspens are breathtaking. I love Autumn. Here in Virginia the trees are changing and it brings me so much peace to walk through the woods here at Cabin Creek Farm.