Friday, October 21, 2011

Friday Field Trip - More Fall Colors

Jason wanted to shoot some fall colors, but he was looking for early morning light shots. He and Hubster took off before sunrise so he'd be able to capture what he was looking for. Also--although barely a week had passed since I took my pictures, the cold snap before Jason's trip meant some major changes in the scenery. And, because he's a photographer and I merely take pictures, his are definitely works of art. Enjoy! (click to enlarge)

And, because boys will be boys, he had to shoot some old mining crap equipment.

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Jemi Fraser said...

Gorgeous!! I totally forgot to take pictures this year - so glad Jason didn't! :)

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

These are beautiful! Reminds me to get outside a little more.

Mary Aalgaard, Play off the Page said...

Love all the yellow. and the paths.

Jacqueline Howett said...

Autumn trees -I so love them!

Great mining shots. As art they speak volumes.

Thanks for sharing.

Hope you enjoy your weekend!

Terry Odell said...

Jemi - Jason NEVER forgets to take pictures.

Elizabeth - yes, we get too busy to see the world beyond our computer monitors. I'm lucky that I have 2 windows in my office and have a view of aspens right there.

Mary, that was a 'lucky' find according to Jason

Jacqueline - you too!

Oma said...

I expect nothing but fabulous from you.
The photos are fantastic

Karen C said...

Love the pictures. I so miss seeing the trees change colors. I thought I would get to see some when we went to Arkansas the first week in October, but the only thing that had changed was the sumac to a pretty red. Is that snow peeping out from under the leaves in the picture before the mining 'equipment'?

Carol Kilgore said...

Love those aspens!

Terry Odell said...

Karen - yes, that's snow. We had one day that week where we got 8 inches of snow, but that was it. It didn't last long.

Carol - agreed. We have a stand of aspens below our deck, and although they were late turning (which gave us an extended season), they're just about all done now.