Fall is my favorite season for many reasons: football, pumpkins, cool and crisp air, apples, Thanksgiving, and road races to name a few. Another reason fall is my favorite is the changing leaves. I love the way the mountains look during all four seasons. I will probably always be a mountains girl. But I love them most during the fall, when they become multi-colored.
Over the past two weeks, we hit the peak of the leaves changing. I was able to get a bunch of pictures during the past week to capture some of it. The picture is never as good as the view is in person, though. It’s a good thing I got these pictures when I did, because most of the leaves have blown off of the trees now with the wind we have been having lately.
From the Draper Mountain overlook:
From the East River Mountain overlook:
From the New River State Park Trail:
|Not an overlook, but still really pretty|
From the Big Walker Mountain overlook:
|The colorful ridgeline would have shown up a lot better if it hadn’t been so cloudy.|
Which overlook spot from above was your favorite?
Mine is Big Walker Mountain.
Do you see a lot of trees changing color during the fall?
What is your favorite season?