I haven’t driven much since I got to Denver a week ago: I moved the trailer from site 26 to site 29, then down to Parker and back for maintenance work, and that’s all. It’s been kind of nice staying in one place, especially when that place has family. So in lieu of cool travel photos, I’m showcasing color this week.
The photo at the top was sunrise one weekend morning. Cold enough I dug out my hat and gloves but worth it.
The golden hour just before sunset lit up the autumn leaves so beautifully that I had to try and capture it.
Sunday’s version of sunset was magnificent, and I enjoyed another golden hour walk. Cherry Creek is a huge park and the campground is just a tiny corner of it. If you come to Denver, don’t miss it, it’s beautiful, even in the starkness of winter.
Tuesday’s sunset more subtle, which allowed the moon to show off a bit. After all, it *was* Halloween.
Today is November 1, or as NaNoWriMo folk know, the first day of 30 days of crazy writing. Off I go!
Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.
Ralph Waldo Emerson