This has been an incredible year if you like the high country fall colors. The right temps, moisture, lack of moisture, sunshine or whatever; the color has been intense and enduring. Another reason why fall is the best season of all. These shots were taken yesterday near Kenosha pass.
Colorado Aspen Gold
Filed under Other Photography (not bird hunting)
11 responses to “Colorado Aspen Gold”
Whew! Your Kung Fu is better than mine. Stunning images.
Thanks, Gary. Kung Fu must mean luck! The right place at the right time with the right light.
Wow. If you take all of the ingredients out of gumbo, most of them taste pretty good on their own, but nowhere near as good as they taste together. That’s what this has to do with bird hunting.
Well said, Mark! I knew there was a connection.
The aspens are beautiful – haven’t seen anything like
that since I was in WY in ought 8. I better book another
trip for next year.
these things rarely boil down to luck. Nice try humble man.
B-E-A-U-tiful pictures! Im still waiting a bit for the Sugar Maples to come in nice here in W. MO. They rarely disappoint.
“So what does this have to do with bird hunting?”
Great pic’s! We sure don’t have anything like that down in the Lone Star State – especially since it never rains here anymore! Guess I need to plan a trip up sometime soon! You up for a good steak and maybe a beer or three?
Count me in on steak and beer anytime, brother!
Enjoying the same here in UT this fall.