Friday, October 22, 2021

Autumn Splendor Along the Hudson

On my way home from walking the banks of the Hudson last week (see last post), I pulled over where Spier Falls Road curves around the bend of the river to take these photos of the river's colorful banks.  

I also walked up a riverside powerline clearcut, to see how the colors of grasses and ferns outlined the contours of the rolling hills.

Every day, I thank my lucky stars I live amid such wonders!

1 comment:

Woody Meristem said...

Unfortunately the colors this fall have been rather subdued, probably de to all the rain of the last few weeks that may have leached the red pigment from the leaves.