05 October 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Autumn Color on Cinnamon Pass
Autumn color near Kenosha Pass
Antelope and autumn color near Cottonwood Pass
Autumn color on Cottonwood Pass
Bald eagle near Almont
Autumn color on Cinnamon Pass
Moose on Owl Creek Pass
Autumn color on Cinnamon Pass
Chipmunk on Cinnamon Pass
Autumn color on Cinnamon Pass
Autumn's end, Cinnamon Pass

23 comments :

  1. I was hoping you would post some gorgeous photos of your recent trip. Beautiful!

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  2. Stunning, I cannot wait for the colors to finally change here too. I have nominated you for a Lovely Blog award here: http://theplacesigo-marieelizabeth.blogspot.com/2010/10/blog-award.html

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  3. I love the colors and the animals! Over here in California, we passed from summer to winter, in a matter of days. Now it's all rainy. I wish we had a true fall, with golden leaves and stuff.

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  4. Great captures! So beautiful! Happy WW!

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  5. Looks like a fabulous trip with some great scenery. Sorry I missed where you went, but love the pics. Not sure why but you are linked up several times so I'm going to remove a few. Happy WW!

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  6. Love the colors and the wildlife. Happy WW!

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  7. These pictures are so spectacular one after the other, I just kept repeating OMG OMG so beautiful the eagle, moose, the reflective lake and fall colors are just incredibly amazing. Thanks so much for sharing these.

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  8. Beautiful photos. I really like them all - but there is something about the one which has the colored leaves set against the canyon side (i.e., with the rock formations) that is particular striking.

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  9. I saw that deer in a TV serie from Yellowstone. At least I think it was that one. So gracious and delicate. Yet strong. I loved it.
    I see you still have a colored world. Here almost all of it has fallen down turning the world grey. :(

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  10. Wow. Just beautiful. The leaves are just beginning to change here -- your series shows why fall is my favorite season.

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  11. such gorgeous, gorgeous colours! And those last 2 wildlife shots are gorgeous also :D

    Happy WW!

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  12. Beautiful and stunning! I love it!

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  13. WOW! A stunning collection of autumn color and scenes. WOW!

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  14. Changing of the leaves in fall has become one of my favorite things. Growing up where there wasn't any change between seasons besides hot and hotter; it was stunning the first time I saw the amazing colors. You photos remind me of that time but that poor moose with her wee ears all cut...

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  15. Ka pow! The colors are so intense. What a gorgeous series of photos. And great wildlife shots.

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  16. Wow, your pictures alone would entice me to visit CO in the fall. Simply amazing especially the 2nd photo.

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  17. Beautiful. I love the ones with the animals. How did you get so close to the antelope? and the Moose looks like it is waiting for a hug! Our colors are changing & falling just as fast! My first visit here. I envy your talent. I always have a mystery tied to my WW if you care to stop by. Faythe @GMT

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  18. I love them all. You capture reflections in water so beautifully. The delicate chipmunk and the bedraggled moose. Wow!

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  19. Wow! Wish I was there right now! Beautifully gorgeous colors!! And the Eagle in front of that yellow and blue, wonderful!!

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  20. Wow, what wonderful beautiful photos! The moose and the chipmunk made me smile! Love your photos! Thanks so much for sharing them!

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