End of Autumn

Thanksgiving here on the Eastside always seems to signify, to me, the last days of fall. Even if we have been skiing for a month, the waning leaves still cling to the landscape like patches of autumn light. This fall was noteworthy here in the Sierra due to it’s intensity and length.

It seems that sometime in lateĀ September, or early October of any given year, we are struck by the onset of vibrant color, and every year we wonder if it isn’t somehow more showy than the year before. But this year really did seem different with the colors spreading in a time laps across the range in a sequence lasting well over a month.

It was a fine fall to be home, shooting in the Range of Light.


~ by dittli on November 27, 2010.

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