Normally we got out west for vacation in early October but last year we didn’t go due to Covid and this year we didn’t go since we were right in the middle of moving. We’re planning a trip early next year (to see some snow) but I was bummed to miss the fall leaves out west two years in a row. These were taken several years ago in Colorado. On the way to Cripple Creek and Mueller State Park. The aspen trees were bright yellow and the valley around Pike’s Peak was a blanket of yellow. I think the last shot above was taken in the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs.
The above were taken in the North Cheyenne Canon Park just outside of Colorado Springs. There wasn’t a lot of water coming down but it was raining on us as we hiked around the area.
I found these bright orange leaves in the parking lot at the Air Force Academy. We stopped by for a tour on our way back to Denver.
Hopefully next fall I will have some new pictures of the leaves.
Love seeing all the glorious colors in your fall photos.
Oh my – what stunning fall colors! Gorgeous!
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