Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 1, 2017

Colorado Fall Color 9/30/17

Michael Frye reports on his blog

By Colorado standards this is a below-average year for autumn color. Apparently a mid-May snowstorm damaged some of the just-sprouting aspen leaves, and those leaves are turning brown or dull yellow before falling off.

But many of the aspens seem to be undamaged. And it’s Colorado after all, where there are so many aspens that even in a “poor” year you can find plenty of colorful trees. And we’ve had some great weather, with rain, snow, fog, and lots of interesting clouds.

See photos and full post at Colorado Autumn – Michael Frye Photography


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