Snow-Kissed Mountains

Snow-Kissed Mountains

Snow-Kissed Mountains

It feels like we went from late Summer straight to Winter practically overnight, and Autumn doesn’t even officially begin until tomorrow. The temperatures have taken a nose-dive, and snow has made its first appearance on the mountain tops. Daily high temperatures are only in the 40’s, and nighttime temperatures are in the low 30’s.

Numerous flocks of geese can be seen flying high overhead, as they make their way south to warmer temperatures, and the smaller birds are crowding the feeders as they too prepare for the Winter ahead.

I know it won’t be too long before the snow on the mountains makes its way down to the lower elevations, but after the long Winter we had last year, I sure wish it would hold off just a little while longer – say, until late December/early January. 🙂

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!!

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6 Responses

  1. It’s always a bit sad when the geese fly south.

  2. I’m sorry to hear about your falling temperatures and snow before Autumn officially arrives, but the mountains are beautiful.

    • Thanks, George. I do like the look of the mountains when they have a bit of snow on them. I just hope the snow stays up there, at least for a little while. 🙂

  3. In the past, I have seen snow this early in Colorado as well. Love your photo!

  4. […] in clouds right now, but when the clouds part, I’m sure I’m going to find that the snow-kissed mountains have turned into snow-covered mountains. The ground is still pretty warm though, so the snow that […]

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