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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Hayduke, Sep 22, 2006.
It's supposed to hit close to 100F today, GREAT day for a FALL post!
Best I've got from my area. Thinking about seeing the Blue Ridge Parkway this fall to see some real fall color.
Northern New Hampshire:
A blanket of dense fog fills the valley of the south fork of the Matanuska River, well below the highway -
Bright colors displayed during the brief period between the onset of fall and the first snowfall -
One of the reasons some riders choose to visit Alaska as late in the season as possible -
wow - beautiful
Just awesome Duke...I suppose you're gonna tell us this was on your way to work on Wednesday, right? Soon I'll be that way permanently to enjoy this scenery. Can't wait..
Cool! Where are you headed?
Not on the way to work this time.
Gonna take up residence in Paonia after all these years of going to Colorado. We'll be there full time in the spring next year.
Paonia is beautiful. We'll come visit.
Aspens on Kebler Pass Road
Maroon Bells reflecting in Maroon Lake
Campsite at Silver Queen Campground outside Aspen
Maple trees don't grow naturally in Alaska, hence no bright red leaves. Will a red bike suffice?
The Denali Hwy was in beautiful shape this past weekend, and the weather was phenomenal -
Previous weekend wasn't all that bad either. Worthington Glacier, on the way to Valdez -
In the high country, well above timberline, there isn't the variety of colorful flora, but it has its own beauty -
A couple of weeks ago the colors were just beginning to appear along the Glenn Hwy -
All too soon it will become a monochrome world again here in Alaska, but that has its own beauty as well.
I spent a week in Alaska & had 2 days of sunshine. I need to come back for a longer period. Those are excellent photos. Keep them coming...