The horses from Cataloochee Ranch are grazing in the pasture.

Early Color of Fall

It has been raining for the last six days and is supposed to rain for several more days, so I had to take advantage of a break in the precipitation to get outside and take a few pictures around the house. As much as anything, I just wanted to get out of the house and walk around for a few minutes before our monsoon-like weather started back up. Fortunately, the sun peeking from behind the clouds was highlighting the early color of fall.

So with camera in hand, I walked in front of the house. Since we are the only traffic on the road – excepting an occasional ranch vehicle or some horse riders, the road to our house is beginning to be covered by fallen leaves.

The road to the house is beginning to be covered by fallen leaves.
The road to the house is beginning to be covered by fallen leaves.
A peak peeking through the trees at the bottom of the field.
A distant mountain peak peeking through the trees at the bottom of the field.
A clearer view of the peak in the previous photo.
A clearer view of the peak in the previous photo.
Cataloochee Ski is busy getting ready for upcoming ski season. In just a month, skiers will be on this slope.
Cataloochee Ski is busy getting ready for upcoming ski season. In just a month, skiers will be on this slope.
The horses from Cataloochee Ranch are grazing in the pasture.
The horses from Cataloochee Ranch are grazing in the pasture.

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2 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on September 30, 2015 at 5:23 pm

    You get such lovely colors where you are. In the Rocky Mountains, it’s mainly green then gold. We do have aspens that flicker in the sun, however. Every region has its beauty.

  2. Desiree on October 18, 2015 at 9:43 am

    I am transported into a completely different realm through your exquisite landscapes. So very lovely!

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