wow. the weather really is a quick-change artist there. :)
How beautiful is that photo? You know how much I enjoy your photos Barb but I'm a bit partial to the wintry ones! Love Di ♥
That's a beautiful trail. How nice that you get to experience it.
The first photo looks like a great painting! What a beautiful trail you have!!Tomoko
I was just thinking the same thoughts today, that fall isn't lasting quite long enough. We had some serious winds that removed much of the beautiful foliage. Yet, your last comment, that the beauty of winter is upon us rings true, especially in your gorgeous photos! I do love the stark beauty of winter, also.
Barb, your photos are a story all by themselves, and your words yesterday so reassuring,Many thanks,enjoy your lovely autumn colours. Fond greetings from Jean ( Nancy J is my nickname but I am happy with either)
How gorgeous! Love those reds in your second shot. Autumn doesn't hang around for long here, either. Yesterday was like a golden leaf storm.
Its almost winter here in India too!! Those are beautiful captures Barb. Loved the second one, truely heart shaped those!!Have a happy week Barb :)
I'm so jealous of that trail.This time of year I love the trails here in Oklahoma, and anywhere else for that matter.
Those icy collars are almost too beautiful to be believed! Amazing.
So very glad to be where autumn lasts until mid November. The ice heart is beautiful though.
You're not kidding about autumn being short-lived there. That icy sedum sure does make a lovely photo. Despite the design, there's nothing cold hearted about that lovely shot.
Autumn is definitely short in Breckenridge! Ice already!
Two very different pictures but both great.Greetings,Filip
your autumn truly is briefthank you for the lovely images
It looks like you can truly see the forest for the trees now along that trail. I love the icy hearts on the sedum too...beautiful photographs.
Oh gosh - how utterly magical! We're hanging onto autumn for a little longer...
I am ready for winter shots! That second one is lovely.
I like the photograph of the trail. Very pleasing. Hope winter is kind to you.
Barb, I am kinda smiling because I had to google "sedum". I wondered if it might be a body part? LOL! But love aspen, with or without leaves. Prepare for winter, all of us!
I wish my four seasons is just a stone's throw away.The "crystals" produce a great contrast of colors!Happy winter!
Your comments are always "one good thing" for me!