Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Attraction distraction

Is it any wonder I find it difficult to concentrate in September when this sort of thing is going on outside? Autumn was so slow to get started and now... WHOOSH! Blink and you'll miss it. So don't blink. And don't miss it.

David and I took a picnic supper up Marshall Pass this evening and despite less-than-perfect light conditions we managed to fill more hard drive space with our annual gazillion shots of aspen.







6 comments:

Gabrielle said...

What is it that drives us to take more photos of something that we already have enough photos of to last a lifetime??? Been there, STILL doing that! But what a lovely spot for supper. I hope the food was equal to the view.

Susan Gallacher-Turner and Mike Turner said...

What beautiful shots...the bright yellow leaves are brilliant! Fall hasn't started here, yet, so it's wonderful to get a peek to the glories ahead.

Wendy Willis said...

How can you not take photos when it looks like this? Thanks for sharing. We are a long way from Fall here in Phoenix!

Sherrie Y said...

(giggle) Yep, Gabrielle... It's a compulsion that just won't stop. I secretly rejoice in this, even if it means I'm going to need more digital storage. Soon.

No autumn yet where you are, Susan and Wendy! Ours is late this year, and now that "peak" has arrived we have to enjoy it. Autumn in the high country is very short-lived... snow or rain or wind can drop everything overnight and we've already had snow! (Before the leaves started turning, thankfully!) Don't tell anyone, but we're sneaking out at lunch time again today. ;-)

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

With a display like this it would be rude not to take photos ;o) It's a stunning part of the world that you live in. I'd have trouble staying indoors the whole season with that outside.

Stuart Brocklehurst said...

Great photos, there is an awful lot of of potential print imagery there.