My whirlwind tour to catch every last bit of fall foliage continued today at Roxborough State Park. Every time I come here, I tell myself I need to come more often. Maybe after this trip I'll actually listen to myself.
rim lighting on this doe's ears and her prancing sort of stride.
Carpenter Peak, which always results in landscapes that have exposure challenges -- either some spots are too dark ...
Chatfield Reservoir prominent in the upper left.
chipmunks kept me company at the top, looking for handouts of which none were forthcoming. They all bustled about busily, rarely staying still for very long. You can distinguish them from ground squirrels by the stripe on their heads. They're also usually smaller and move with their tails sticking up in the air.
I think I might have to call a reluctant end to the 2014 foliage tour. But I'm sure I'll find something else to shoot!