Tuesday, October 26, 2010

red

I have never seen my trees this color in all the years I am here.  I had to shoot them before tomorrow, when they will probably have changed again - and not for the better. The red is so vivid it doesn't seem real -- but it is.   And the range of color in the rest of the trees is lovely, too.  Happy viewing.



13 comments:

Sally Westcott said...

Wow! I love the colours of Autumn!

Onjoy!

Hugz

Connie Rose said...

Awesome reds, Rayna!

TALL GIRL said...

wow, gorgeous! it probably means something like red leaves in fall means early spring for y'all?

Eva said...

Looks like some of your prints.
Wonderful!

Beverly said...

That is a stunning shade, you really have a show going on outside your window!

Thanks for the encouragement, I know the muse will return. Once I get through this week, I'm thinking I have some more traditional UFO's I can finish. After the zen knitting with the socks, of course!!

tiedyejudy said...

Gorgeous colors! It must be getting really cold there, huh? Bundle up!

Susan Ettl said...

Thanks for sharing the beautiful colors. Cactus do not turn colors here in AZ.

Susan Schrott, Artist said...

Rayna...I know just how you feel. I have been outside all morning with my camera too. You have captured the leaves beautifully.

Gerrie said...

gorgeous. Driving around Portland, I keep wanting to stop to photograph the riot of color.

Sue Erdreich said...

I wonder if the drought we had this summer has affected the colors of the leaves...

Rian said...

Takes my breath away...

Anita M said...

Gorgeous pictures. Love the reds in the leaves.

Gail P said...

I'm blown away!!! nothing changes color here, or at least not dramatically. urviess