Ok, so I didn't get the previous photos' locations out on Friday – still catching up from a month-long trip through parts of southwestern U.S. – but better late than never. I missed watching New England's patchwork of trees change from multiple greens to vibrant yellows, oranges, reds, and browns (I also missed the first light basil-nipping frost which my family reports happened about October 10), but I was happy to see showy October colors in parts of Colorado. With some adjustments to the raw, straight-out-of-the-camera photos in my previous post, Colorado's colors show more accurately.
Travels took me away from the height of New England's autumn colors but exposed me to beautiful autumn foliage elsewhere as you can see in the photos posted below. Any guesses where these striking yellows and burnt oranges can be found during October?