Monday, October 3, 2011

Aspen Leaves Turn Gold in Colorado

Our Sunday afternoon in the nearby Colorado high country is displayed via YouTube.  Weather in the national park yesterday was in the low 60F temperatures, the sun was bright, the foliage brilliant in yellows, golds and rusts.  Just a few blue-grey thunderclouds foretold that rain was on the horizon.  (I hope you will enjoy the scenery and music as much as I did while producing this short video.)

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful scenery! Love this time of the year, the colors are different here but beautiful! Have a blessed day, HUGS!

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  2. Sure is a refreshing tour.

    Good fishing, and wish I could have been there... --John

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  3. Your OTHER brother said...

    I viewed it on Gene's site. In case he hasn't shared my comments with you (or, even if he has) here they are again: "Nancy, that is BEAUTIFUL and your presentation and music choice is OUTSTANDING.

    Thanks for posting, Gene!"

    I sent it on to Karen and Erin. Karen replied, "It is beautiful. Did you know that today is your mother's birthday? I think it is a beautiful tribute to Annie Mom's love of beauty."

    Even if it didn't start out to be, it became a beautiful birthday present to our mother. Thank you so much, Nancy.

    Karen always reminds me, every time we see a bluebird or a redbird or anything of beauty, "There's Annie Mom!"

    So, "Happy Birthday, Mom!" We all love and miss you -- but, really, you're still with us.

    -- Mac

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  4. I love you and Karen for thinking of Mother's birthday. Sweet kisses, Nancy

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