Colorado In Fall: Watercolor Season

The crisp morning and evening air. Reaching for your favorite jacket. Cold weather favorites for your dinner table. A crackling fire in the hearth. Quilts on the bed.

Fall has arrived.

And, with its arrival in Colorado, using nature’s watercolor palette. Mostly of the golden yellow variety coloring cottonwoods and elms. The reds and oranges found with scrub brush and non-native trees.

The scenes, the feelings, best preserved on film.

Photo: Taken with a Canon FTb 35 mm SLR using Kodak Gold film (ASA 200).

4 thoughts on “Colorado In Fall: Watercolor Season

    1. Thank you, Christine.

      She answers to Caitie (short for Caitlin) very well. But, she answers to Amie also. I’ll probably stick with Caitie. The daughters are quite good at learning secret names – primarily their horses, but should extend to cats also. 🙂

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