Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Leaf peeper pictures

Most of the blogs I follow probably have as good, if not better, fall colors. I figured I would put some of the photo's from our ATV ride out for everyone to be forced to enjoy!
The larger aspens at the cabin are still really green so we should have a couple more weekends of great color before it's all dead and snowing.

Amazing color where the water runs down through the conifers.

The plains looking east

This is about 10 miles by trail from the cabin but my favorite grove

We laid on the ground a bit just watching the aspens sway

Music mountain way in the distance

Close up

Spanish Peaks mountain range, we crossed over the Sangre de Cristos

Jeep parking only! I wanted to buy the red on but decided against it.

Sitting on the deck having a sandwich view.

10 comments:

  1. Looks great. It must be nice to have four distinct seasons.

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    1. I've always enjoyed having all 4 seasons and yet nothing too extreme for too long. Obviously the longer you are in one place the more extreme it can seem when you are so adjusted to the averages.

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  2. Very nice indeed. I love aspens, btw. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Don't get many good yellows here. Some bright reds and orange from the Maples though that are just starting to show up.

    The yellow is pretty

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    1. I miss the New England color show but it's all about enjoying what you have/see.

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  4. beautiful pics and scenery Max! enjoy all of the beauty of autumn!

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Thanks. We have some frost advisories in the state right now so I don't know how much longer Autumn will be here.

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  5. Thanks for the pictures! I'm looking forward to seeing those colors next year. The yellow looks amazing.

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  6. You will have streaks of yellow coming down into your area as they aspens follow the creeks. It's really neat to see the different colors from across the valley.

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