First Signs Of Winter?


In the upper elevations of Southern Utah, winter has made an early entrance. Luckily, I live in the lower elevations. But I received a slap in the face when I drove to the upper elevations on Thursday (Elevation-8 to 9,000 feet). The leaves have disappeared from the aspens and snow was abundant. Still a good photo op.

Fresh snow has fallen in an Aspen Tree Forest In The Southern Utah High Country.

 

 

 

 

 

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8 comments

  1. Fall is over! (at least in the mountains)

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  2. Ugh, what a sudden change happening so quickly from beautiful fall birtch trees, now being surrounded by snow.

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  3. Lovely photos. I’m on the opposite end of Utah and hoping for cooler temps and moisture to come soon!

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  4. these landscapes are sumptuous, the photographs magnificent.
    Here in France in Paris we are in autumn but have had summer temperatures until just a few days ago. These days we are just starting to get temperatures that are close to the ones we should have.
    Climate change is at stake

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  5. Your pictures never disappoint 🙂 Beautiful shots, looks like winter is on the way!

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