Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sunday Stills: Fall Foliage

To find my fall foliage, I took a drive up to Spooner Lake, Nevada. There wasn't a whole lot of red, so I added my car into the landscape...


I stumbled upon another photographer shooting the fall foliage, so I had to include him in the shot...


He moved out just in time for me to climb down the mountain and have that scenery to myself...







To see what fall looks like in other parts of the country, visit the websites of those who left comments on this Sunday Stills Challenge.

10 comments:

dibear said...

No reds, but the yellow is just brilliant! :)

fernvalley01 said...

Beautiful gold and clear blue water, careful,Nuzz Muzz,you keep showing me that beautiful country around you ,you might wind up with a visitor!Upside is ,I muck stall, and doctor injured horses all the time and would be perfectly willing to chip in

Nuzzling Muzzles said...

fernvalley01 - Please, please, please come and visit. I've got a lot of horses in need of doctoring right now! In return for your generous services, I will give you a tour of our country. You'll have to hurry, though, it's supposed to snow tonight.

allhorsestuff said...

Oh SO Gorgeous!!!
We have fewer reds this year too...mostly yellows and some golds. But after last night...soggy, dead, downed -leaves mostly!

You are blessed to live in such a gorgeous place!
KK

Jeni said...

WAIT ~ Hold on... Did you say SNOW? Super Double ICK !

Ebie said...

It is beautiful, though I have not been there.

Love those fallen golden aspens. And the dense trees are so gorgeous! I wish I do not have to travel 60 miles to enjoy the beauty!

Far Side of Fifty said...

beautiful..Those Quakies put on a real show..you live in a very pretty area! :)

5 Starr's Farm said...

BEAUTIFUL !!!

Judy said...

Beautiful country where you live! To me quakies in the high country will always be one of the perfect images of fall. Thanks for sharing the fall beauty!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Gorgeous color!

I think the red is more of an East Coast leaf color with all of their maple trees. But for me there is nothing more beautiful in Autumn than a quaking yellow leafed Aspen!

~Lisa