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~Rumi

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Aaaaah... Fall Color!




In between work & "clay days," I haven't had time for much else! I hadn't been up on the mountain for a few weeks, but I'd been watching the progression of fall color from town and I knew if I didn't get up there soon, I'd miss it until next year. So after the Pit fire today, rather than come home & take pics of my pots... up the mountain I went! It was absolutely gorgeous! I've said it before, but nature's beauty never ceases to amaze me!
:)
...Stay tuned for Wednesday is Clay Day~ The Season Finale!
Coming Soon!
(it was rainy by the time I got home & couldn't get any good pics of my pots!)
:)

21 comments:

Doris Sturm said...

I agree with you, Becky, Nature does never cease to amaze me either! Your photos are magnificent. Every single one is worth framing. Enjoy the season! I love your clay days ;-)

Barb said...

Wow! You found some treasure in the mountains. I love that second shot - the trees seem clumped tightly together with a few evergreens thrown in for contrast! Awaiting your pot grand finale!

Anonymous said...

Becky,
You are probably going to get the same storm that has been stuck over San Diego and Norhtern Baja for the past three days. It moved very slowly and is finally moving out tonight. We got over two and a half inches of rain in O-side. They said it was headed toward the four corners and New Mexico. You may be in for a couple of days of warm rain.
Dad

Bernie said...

ABsolutely gorgeous! They look like Aspen in the Rockies. Do you live near the Rockies or is this some other mountain? I have never seen them so clumped together and so gorgeous as these. Being from the Midwest we always kind of pooh poohed the Westerners their bragging about the aspens because we have many colors here but now that I live back in the Midwest I remember with fondness the aspens strewn among the evergreens.

clairz said...

Magical!

marianne said...

love those aspen- beautiful shots, thanks for sharing!

Angela Recada said...

Aaaaah... Beautiful! Love that yellow!

jo said...

Suptuous shots.
I want to dive in there and take a look around.

jo said...

Sumptuous.
I tried to leave a comment three times. When I typoed it finally let me through :-)

Pat said...

Stunning shots, Becky!I wonder if the aspens will still be in color next week?

Erin K. Nolan said...

Holy cow that is stunning! Just WOW!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

You are so talented and creative with photography and with clay. So nice for you to share. The leaves are amazing. You might be interested in the work of one of our local potters.

http://www.greensborodailyphoto.com/2009/04/leanne-pizios-pottery.html

Plus, we have Seagrove:

http://www.greensborodailyphoto.com/2010/05/ben-l-owens-iii-pottery.html

Word verification just made my day: undevo. Do you know the group DEVO? undevo....... a new word!

Wanda..... said...

Those trees are gorgeous and thick as thieves as they say.

Randy said...

Stunning photos! I am sure the rain knocked all those leaves off this morning. Looking forward to your season finale!

Rick said...

Wow Becky - you sure were right that it was time to go to the mountains and share the spectacular colour with us !! Thank you.

Beautiful barely describes it. I can't believe that 2nd photo !

You would have kicked yourself all winter if you had missed this.

Lisa (Mountain Photog) said...

Your fall colors (and your photos) are spectacular! We had a less-than-spectacular showing this year. That's two years in a row now. Ah, well, maybe next year. In the meantime, I get to experience a glorious fall vicariously through your photos. Thanks!

Kate said...

Becky, I'm glad that you took time out to get up to the area of such beauty.

Al said...

Very nice. At first I saw the SOU reference and thought this could be something local to me that I somehow missed.

Lisa said...

These are stunning . Just stunning.

Annie said...

Hey, it appears blogger ate my comment, I know I left one :-). These photos are stunning!!!!
xoxo

melocoton said...

wow i've never seen anything like it! :) so beautiful.

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