Posts Tagged ‘autumn’

Autumn Roads

22Oct17

Most of roads in my area are dirt and I traveled on a lot of them this fall looking for photos. The roads themselves became a subject of interest and I worked on forming a collection. Using a road or path can be an effective way to lead viewers into a landscape. The curves and […]


With autumn being both beautiful and fleeting I made it my job to get out there with my camera … an enjoyable job. Chasing the color here and there I covered a lot of ground. It was the time to shoot … I knew I could process later. Now, being a bit overwhelmed with the […]


The Durango to Silverton Train Ride is about 45 miles each way … at an average speed of 18mph, that’s an all-day round trip. A friend and I signed up for the Fall Photographer’s Train Special months in advance and had been looking forward to this day. With only photographer’s aboard (and a few patient […]


Autumn Snow

17Nov16

As mentioned in my previous post, I woke up to about 5 inches of snow on October 6th. When a friend cancelled our meet-up I headed out on my own. Starting down the mesa switchback I didn’t get very far before stopping at a little pullout. The low clouds and rising fog demanded my attention in the […]


Well, October is just about over and here comes winter! I must say that the month provided a lot of wonderful local color to satisfy my camera and I. Even with high winds there was colorful foliage to be found well into the first half of the month. Planning a sunrise shoot with a friend […]


Autumn comes and goes early in the mountains so I got right to it upon the first signs. There’s a lot of talk each fall about ‘peak’ color and I’ve come to the conclusion it’s difficult to pinpoint. There may be aspen groves of green, peak color and bare branches all in the same area. I do enjoy fall colors […]


This post will conclude my ‘Colorado Autumn’ series. Mother Nature is telling me that it’s time to move on… the leaves have fallen from the trees and there’s snow on the the high peaks. Soon it will be winter and there will be new subjects to photograph. Thank you very much for stopping by. Your […]