Monday, September 15, 2008

Time to Start Autumn Foliage Watch

The leaves here in the Sierra are starting to turn yellow, so it will not be long before we start to reach peak foliage in the higher elevations. In case you are not aware of Calphoto fall foliage hot sheet, here is a link to their autumn foliage page where you can post your foliage findings in the Sierra and read what other photographers have found. Since we are in the final stages of completing our new gallery building, which is scheduled to open in December, I will not have alot of time to go to some of my favorite spots in the Wasatch of Utah, but I hope to buzz down to the North Lake area near Bishop in California. If you are interested in coming to our opening party for the new gallery on December 19, be sure to sign up for our email newsletter  since we will be sending out invitations via our email newsletter. You can sign up on our gallery home page if you would like to receive more info.

The image below was taken at a new spot I discovered last year, the Little Truckee River north of Truckee, CA near Jackson Meadows.

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3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous capture once again Elizabeth. I never knew the fall colors would be so gorgeous in that part of the US, I had planned a trip to New England in coming years for the fall colors but by the looks of it I should plan a week or so photographing these fall colors as well. I visited your gallery earlier this year when I visited your part of the world and look forward hopefully one day to visit your new gallery.

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  2. very beautiful colors, it's one the best seasons to catch nice landscape photos, very nice.

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  3. This is a beautiful photograph. I love taking pictures of the fall. I especially like how the colors are reflected in the water of the river in this photo.

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