Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

A local landmark mountain, Spud is visible on the left of this photo, and reflected in a pond, In Durango Colorado

A local landmark mountain, Spud is visible on the left of this photo, and reflected in a pond, In Durango, Colorado ©Kit Frost

At the changing of the seasons, between Fall and Winter, we usually experience a few early snowfalls. November, 2012 ©Kit Frost

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When the Fall colors fade in Southern Colorado, I often drive to Utah to see the change of the seasons. Reflection along Potash Road, outside of Moab, Utah ©Kit Frost

When the Fall colors fade in Southern Colorado, I often drive to Utah to see the change of the seasons. Moonrise and Reflection along Potash Road, outside of Moab, Utah ©Kit Frost

Red Rock outside of Moab, looking like some sort of snake skin. ©Kit Frost

Red Rock outside of Moab, looking like some sort of snake skin. ©Kit Frost

 

I often drive from my home in Durango to Utah after the Aspen Color show ends in Colorado.  Although the last week in October is usually a good time to explore the cottonwoods on fire with color, this year the season changed a bit early. ©Kit Frost

I often drive from my home in Durango to Utah after the Aspen Color show ends in Colorado. Although the last week in October is usually a good time to explore the cottonwoods on fire with color, this year the season changed a bit early. ©Kit Frost

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

  1. Hi Kit,

    I love your reflection images. My favorite, however, is the colorful aspens against the blue mountains. What a fabulous shot.

    Thank you for taking the time to share your information. Your images certainly reflect what you teach!

    The 16-35 mm arrived yesterday.

    Have a great weekend.

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