Thursday, November 4, 2010

Autumn Colors in the North Cascades

Every year in the autumn we try to get up to Mount Baker to see the autumn colors and try to catch a sunny day to do so.  We don't have the maples of New England and the midwest, but at high elevations the yellow of the mountain ash and the red of the wild blueberries provide an abundance of color and the yellow of the Big-leaf Maples some additional color at lower elevations.  Here are some of the pictures we've taken over the past few years.






















2 comments:

  1. Hello Ron,
    What a fantastic blog, a fantastic mixture of colours and textures that make our lives worth living !!!
    Best regards from Rio de Janeiro
    Rosa

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  2. Thanks, Rosa. Appreciate the comments and compliments.

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