Cloud shadows move across that great land and photo Aloha from WaikikiComfort Spiral > < } } ( ° > ><}}(°>< ° ) } } > <(^_^)
tres beau paysage avec ce nuage en mouvement
I can understand why ... a great view !
Its is a beautiful place indeed! ;-)
um lugar silencioso e calma, transmite muita pazabraçoMilton
I bet it still looks beautiful though Randy..the leaves will be back soon enough.
White snow is nice colour too but I understand you love colours. Patience my friend.HugsValeryBarcelona Daily Photo
Lovely, very nice shot Randy. Great colors.
You are right: this is almost a wonderful painting!
this is really a fantastic landscapeand all that yellow is bright and wonderful !wish you nice days Randy
Beautiful photo and colors..Have a nice day
I can see why you like this view. It's fantastic!
That is a dramatic sky and the yellow looks like a blanket. I would probably run off the road from staring at something like this!
what a great mix of color and topography! lovely!
This is a lovely view, Randy. I do so enjoy the fall foliage, and we've still got some of it here in Portland. Lots and lots of leaves on the streets and sidewalks, too. Amazing the number of leaves in trees. Enjoyed your recent leaf/leaves posts, too.
It is a beautiful view. Here's hoping you a quick winter!Duncan In Kuantan
I would be drooling at so much color. Beautiful. I love the name of the mountain range also.
AHHHHH! We took the high road to Taos when we were there in 2003....what a beautiful drive in those mountains, I think that's what made me bound for the southwest.I love this pic!
So idyllic landscape!Wonderful picture,Léia
That is a spectacular view! Not only are the aspens covering the mountain side, one can almost hear the rustle of their quaking leaves.
It is normal to be one of your wonderful views, very nice photoGreetings.
wonderful capture of a beautiful place!well done:)
Super view! I can't wait until spring.
Hmmmm. Sigh... :-) Sangre de Cristo... So evocative. Do you know the Paul Simon song, I forget the title (it's late and I've had some wine for dinner!: the blood of Christ mountains of New Mexico... On the last leg of the journey that started a long time ago... you take two bodies and you twirl them into one... That's more or less the lyrics! At least, part of them.
Gloroious view! Very nice!
I was going to say that this had to be from a month or so ago 'cause the aspens are saying "leaf me alone!"Beautiful shot, Randy!
Rolling hills, eye-popping color, beautiful serenity.
Soon to be covered in Snow! I hear our temps will be plummeting, w/ snow & wind on the way. Stay warm, Randy!
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