Posted by: kerryl29 | November 29, 2022

The Best Laid Plans

Apologies. This week’s blog entry was supposed to feature imagery from the last day of photography at Death Valley last winter. But, due to circumstances beyond my control, that post will have to be postponed. The plan is to have it ready for next week No promises, but as of now that seems doable.

In the meantime, I hope the few images posted below will make up for the lack of fall imagery on the blog this year. I did get a fall trip in–to northern Minnesota (with a bit of northern Wisconsin thrown in for good measure)–but, as I have chronicled, the death of my image-editing computer caused me to abandon the edit roughly 1/3 of the way through the process and I don’t know when I’ll be able to get back to it. Hopefully by some time next spring.

In the meantime, perhaps these images from autumns past will fill part of the void…

Fall Color, Marion County, Indiana
San Miguel Range Sunset, Last Dollar Road, Uncompahgre National Forest, Colorado
Autumn Intimate, Essex County, Vermont
White Birch Forest, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan
Spruce Knob Sunrise, Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia
Autumn’s Remains, Illinois Canyon, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois
Lily Pond Reflections, Kancamagus Highway, White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
Kootenay Plains, David Thompson Country, Alberta
MIsty Morning, Denali National Park, Alaska
Misty Morning, Sandy River Pond, Franklin County, Maine
Autumn Overlook at Sunset, Brown County State Park, Indiana

Responses

  1. Lovely roundup of past trips, Kerry. Good luck with your computer — hope you found/find a good deal!

    • Thanks, Steve! Not sure how good the deal will be; probably not great, since I’m going to go the custom build route. It won’t be happening for several months, at the soonest, in any event.

  2. Amazing photos! Love the lily pond reflections!

  3. Wonderful trip down Memory Lane (or Last Dollar Road as the case may be). I’m looking out my window at snow laden mountains and trees, so the vibrant fall color images definitely brightened my day.

    • Thanks, Ellen!

  4. fantastic photos – the colours are breathtaking !

  5. The Kootenay Plains would be a little dull without those aspens, and bushes but I do love Two O’clock Creek campground, nonetheless. Between Bing Crosby Christmas movies and your photos, I think a little piece of my heart belongs to Vermont. Thank-you for sharing your bounty, and I wish you good luck with new equipment.

    • Thanks, Jane.

      The Kootenay Plains is one of my favorite locations to photograph, largely because of the scattered aspen groves.

  6. Pretty pics: void filled! 💜


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