23 October 2012

A Fall Hike, Part One








When nature bursts forth in trumpet song like this, it conjures such emotion and nostalgia inside of me.

"Fall is the eternal corrective. It is ripeness and color and a time of maturity; but it is also breadth, and depth, and distance. What man can stand with autumn on a hilltop and fail to see the span of his world and the meaning of the rolling hills that reach to the far horizon?" -Hal Borland

11 comments:

  1. geez girl. insanely gorgeous photos. the trees outside of nyc are a month ahead!

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  2. Beautiful! Love the colors, the water, and a life of PEACE happening just outside of a place so full of BUSY.

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  3. I'm feeling so inspired by the colours of fall right now. In fact, this moment I'm looking out of the window in my office at the trees across the way almost changing their hue as I look at them... beautiful!

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  4. It's almost goofy to say that I love fall colours... because who DOESN'T!? I feel like I have been saying that on a daily basis...

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  5. Holy fall colors, I'm in heaven! THIS is why I'm ready to leave SF!

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  6. describing it as straddling two worlds is so on-point. these are so gorgeous. with NYC still looking quite green and lush in some places it's hard to imagine that these photos were taken just across the river. they are stunning.

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  7. Stopping by from Bright Bazaar and I am so glad I clicked on that link - your photos are truly stunning! I can't believe how incredible those colours are!

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    1. me too! and I'm very happy to discover your gorgeous post, because I'm a total Autumn fan.
      kisses from Barcelona!

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  8. I'm a new visitor to the blog and I cannot get over how beautiful your pictures are. Wow! Great job with a great blog...excited to visit more!

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