The colors of fall

The East Coast trip was a great opportunity to reconnect with family.  For Fall Colors not so much.  We could have waited until the end of October.  But there is no shortage of snow in the Sierra.

So once again we are led back to the Central Coast of California.  The plants along the bluffs are called ice plants.  The hardy little things spend a few weeks a year with red and orange tips.  The evening sun compounds their color.  It also steals a little attention.  Nice combination. Together they almost compensate for the lack of Maple syrup.

At least I think so.  But then I would.  It is good to be home.


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4 Responses to The colors of fall

  1. Liz Hayter says:

    If you had waited until the end of October in the Northeast you would have seen snow! We had 10 inches – 21 in Millbrook NY. Orange leaves look brighter with snow on the ground!

  2. Don says:

    Love pictures of that moving water.

    Beginning of November, still not much color.


  3. Wanda Cooper says:

    I think the colors you captured in these pictures are the best ever. What a sunset!!!! Who needs trees when California has ice plant and the ocean. Great.


  4. Don says:

    Very relaxing! Nice framing of the sun.
    Keep ’em coming.

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