Trees and leaves and such
Post-peak fall is glorious! Perhaps it is because I know what’s coming next or that there are just fewer foliage spectacles to appreciate. Whatever the reason, I love this time of year with the gray bareness sprinkled with a few soft splashes of color.
The mountains, snow and clouds are all a stunning backdrop for the late yellow of the Aspen leaves.
A closer view…
and even closer—with a story to be told.
This has been a fall to remember for the apple crop which I’ve enjoyed sampling on my walks.
My old friend the Black Locust, just down the street, is lovely against the evening sky.
Yesterday, I enjoyed this gorgeous individual on Central Park West:
This entry was published on November 6, 2013 at 9:41 am. It’s filed under Clouds
, Fall colors
, John Snell
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, Central Park West
, Post-peak foliage
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Love the stark oak with the colorful leafy backdrop.
Yes, and I could see you doing a metal sculpture inspired by this photo!
nice work John
Thanks, man. Wish you could join me for a walk in Central Park this morning.