Monday, October 05, 2009

Fall Drive


If you hear California you wouldn't easily associate it with fall colors. You would think of palm trees and giant sequioas. But we do have some fall colors too.
God willing and schedule permitting, hubs and I drive 200 miles every year to Plumas County where the colors of fall burst into a kaleidoscope of yellow, reds, and browns. It's a glorious drive.
Plumas County, California. October 2007.

18 comments:

  1. We do have some beautiful fall colors, don't we. Lovely shot and the dogwood as well. Dogwood as much as the falls draws us to Yosemite each sping.
    Thanks for your comments on Michael's world.

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  2. California, SF, I think of the giant crabs at fisherman's wharf. Next time I go, I take a bottle of chilli sauce.

    Thanks for visiting. It is still freezing, and a 2 year old girl is lost.

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  3. Beautiful drive! I know places like Yosemite have great fall colors, so I'm not surprised you found them too.

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  4. Wow, it is indeed burst with color. We will be visiting Yosemite latter this month and hope to see some Fall color.

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  5. love these fall colours! so vibrant!

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  6. driving to Virginia this weekend...hopefully i'll capture some nice fall photos.

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  7. Oh wow...beautiful colors! Nice shot!

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  8. This is lovely. Fall colours are so wonderful. I hope you are safe from the fires. The Earth is such a beautiful place to live!

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  9. This road surely beckons a person into fall. I wonder what's just around that bend?

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  10. What a beautiful Fall color. We are off to Yosemite this weekend hope to see some Fall color.

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  11. Drive by shooting is an art and you've got it down pat! Nice!

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  12. Such a neat and clean road. This is really a beautiful scene!

    - Pixellicious Photos

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  13. What a gorgeous drive!! You're right - I don't typically associate fall colors with California, but that really is an amazing view!

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