Thought you might enjoy a couple of shots from our recent trip to New England. These pictures are from Maine; coastal shots are from Acadia National Park. Others just random shots from Maine. We live in Blount County, TN, home of Cades Cove. Colors still not quite to peak here.
Fall colors are truly amazing in New England this time of year.
I know it's not the Smokies, or Alabama, but I was in Jackson Hole, Wyoming last week and the cottonwoods and the Aspens were gorgeous. This pick has the aspens and some willows as well as a nice reflective pond. This was taken with a "point and shoot" Nikon coolpix digital camera from the side of the Moose to Wilson road.
Lora Beth and I took a brief trip up to the North Carolina mountains Monday and Tuesday of this week. Here a few of the fall foliage pics we took. All of the photos are along the Blue Ridge Parkway from south of Blowing Rock to just south of Grandfather Mountain….
I guess I've got to get in on the act, since I'm sure that you don't have enough pictures to look at. These were taken in Mentone around mid October last year. I can't take credit unfortunately, they were taken by Gene Jennings of Hueytown. Some beautiful property up there in God's country for sure!
BTW - thanks for letting Brian and JB out to come to Cheaha this weekend. We really enjoyed them being there. Ask JB how long it took him to eat his sweet potato pie!!!
Just wanted to pass these AWESOME shots along to you, which a viewer (Dennis Shekinah) of my website sent in to me. We saw our first frost a couple of weeks ago, and color is nearing peak now. We're having one of the better color years in the last five or six seasons up this way!
Weather has been great and the leaves are really pretty. My timing was
excellent since we are leaving tomorrow ahead of the approaching rain.
It seems my incredible weekend is carrying over into the week. I was at Mt Cheaha, on possibly the nicest day of the year, with the forum watching my beloved Hogs beat Auburn, then today I have a double sundog and great sunset less than an hour apart.
I was on my way to work on Thursday October 5, 2006. As I was driving out of my driveway, this beautiful sight caught my eye. I wanted to share what I call "God's Glory".
Taken last Friday, Start of fall in Alabama, changing colors, blue skys, cooler tempertures and lots of rag weed in bloom.
Here are a few pictures from Sardine Canyon and Logan Canyon taken this
past weekend. There was so much we did not photograph because there was
no where to pull over. J.B., you know how that road is up through Logan