9.28.2014

Autumn full of Golden


Golden Giants
aspen are elks favorite food


early evening light
first day of Autumn


a sweet trail to the North Fork River


to sit
simply be
with the beauty of a day


to take to heart
and become
the new season

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one more from the week before:
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27 comments:

  1. Gorgeous aspens and I love the golden colours against the blue of the sky. I especially love that second shot in the early evening light! Such a beautiful season to behold and enjoy and soak up before the winter sets in!

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  2. tammie, thank you... you have such an eye for capturing nature's exquisite-ness!!

    xoxo

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  3. It's always a pleasure sharing in this great beauty with you, thank-you!

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  4. Wow, ravishingly beautiful!

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  5. All this brings joy to the heart, one realizes that the life is beautiful. I love all shots, but especially love that fifth shot.
    Have a gfood one, Tammie !

    Tomás.

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  6. So, so, so beautiful. I love the autumn here in my little southern New England nest. But man-O-man, those mountains of "yours" … spec-freakin'-tacular!

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    1. I bet it is beautiful in your neck of the woods Rose!

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  7. It's such a beautiful fall this year - I wonder why that is? Our aspens in Summit County are shouting out their colors - many more oranges this year than I've ever seen before. Is it getting chilly there? I keep thinking we'll soon have snow - I kinda wish it would wait a couple weeks! Those aspens you've shown look like old growth - they're so tall!

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    1. hi Barb,

      How wonderful that your aspens are shouting out! We did have a very cold 22F 2 or 3 weeks ago with a few more cold nights surrounding. That truly kicked the colors into play. It also killed some leaves on the trees, so they will take time to fall and they will not turn colors. But thank goodness not so cold that all the trees did that. 5 or 6 years ago that happened and it was a sad thing, the trees looked dead and the leaves fell slowly on the pure white snow making it look odd. But this year is a mix and it is so pretty.

      Winter can hold off, Autumn has just begun and i love all my seasons..... pretty please ;-)

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  8. Beautiful autumn series
    Have a nice week

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  9. the beauty of autumn in all its glory !!

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  10. Oh, Tammie--what a welcome break for my soul, as I am finishing up putting things away and cleaning in preparation for the chimney guys who will be out to begin tearing out the chimney--then will be replacing it. Two weeks! But, OH! How wonderful it will be to have it done. I especially love the Aspen trees...so lovely.

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    1. wishing you the best Beth with your new chimney, may it keep you warm and cozy!

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  11. Looks like pure perfection... sigh...

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  12. thank you all for enjoying.
    it is always fun or interesting to hear which photos you like, thank you to those of you who have shared that.
    sweet autumn to you all!

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  13. How good and wonderful that we have that marvelous present of nature - to wash our souls clean, to brighten our eyes and crisp our breath! Thank you for your gorgeous photos Tammie! :-)

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  14. How beautiful! We don't have all of those colors here yet.

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  15. Great pictures Tammie. I once saw a fishing documentary on the Flathead River where they were catching cutthroat trout, i'd wager there's plenty in the North Fork.

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  16. Wonderful photos of mother nature, dear Tammie.
    Thank you, I can take a deep breath here.

    xo Ariane.

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  17. Oh my - the colours are just fantastic!

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  18. Looking at your photos I'm so aware of the beauty and importance of trees on the land.....it's all so magical! I love the last image of the path leading into pine forest. Thank you Tammie....

    Have a wonderful week!
    Ruby

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  19. The colours of these photos are goegeous Tammie - the golden green of the aspens and the glorious blue skies. It looks like your autumn has started out beautifully. Do you have many maples in the area, sending the whole landscape red?

    Such a beautiful place to sit and think.

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  20. I can't begin to imagine how many miles you must walk taking these gorgeous photographs but then I guess the time flies when there is always something spectacular to look at.

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  21. I alway sigh and take a deep breath
    when I view your photos ~
    read your words.
    Simply beautiful.

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  22. What gorgeous and beautiful autumn!! Wow, Your autumn is much earlier than ours in Japan. I wish if I could taste that clean atmosphere!
    Thank you for visiting, Tammie.your two blogs have kept in my book mark. I will visit you again.
    Have a good day.

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie