Living In The Desert Only 45 Minutes Away From Autumn Colors   12 comments

Hiking In The Autumn Colors of Mount Lemmon — Images by kenne

Many of the bloggers I follow have posted beautiful images of autumn colors. They live in areas known for their autumn colors, one of nature’s best shows.

Living in the Sonoran Desert can limit one’s opportunity to capture images of the fall colors. However, many of the summer and fall trials we hike are in the Santa Catalina Mountains, which now have plenty of autumn colors.

Yesterday the Monday Morning Milers hiking group took to Sunset Trail on Mount Lemmon to experience autumn in its full regalia. 

Autumn is about color
Red, yellow, green and blue
Does it matter?

 My favorite color
May not be yours –
Does it matter?

 Autumn leaves
May contain yours –
Does it matter?

 A favorite season
May not be yours —
Does it matter?

 When three are gone,
Green stays around –
Does it matter?

 

Does it matter?

Does it matter?

Does it matter?

— kenne

 

12 responses to “Living In The Desert Only 45 Minutes Away From Autumn Colors

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  1. No… it doesn’t matter! 😉

    Gorgeous, gorgeous… now that we know what your favorite color is (mine is green BTW,) I’d love to know what your favorite camera and lens is??

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  2. I love this! I’m in Austin for the first fall of my life, and it is strange to not have the crisp orange colors. But does it matter? I love your pictures; and the fall in the air here is very palpable even if it’s not as visible. The people actually coming outside, unafraid of extreme heat, is pretty much like the fall leaves to me this year 🙂
    Love the pictures of the apples!

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    This post was first posted seven years ago, October 16, 2012. — kenne

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