Western North Carolina Color #1 – Countryside

Kathy and I recently enjoyed a relaxing week in and around the Asheville/Burnsville area.  Both of us were fighting sinus and respiratory infections, so our exploration was limited to the “drive by” approach rather than hiking like planned.  We still made the most of it and enjoyed each moment and mile.  Special thanks to our buddy Carl for putting us up at his stunning cabin on the mountain, and for feeding and spoiling us!

2017’s autumn has been very odd – colors have been running very late, and there has been little rhyme and reason to the color change in terms of timing and elevation.  It has been a real crap shoot, but fall does not disappoint when you find her.

Highway 80 South's Color Palette

Highway 80 South’s Color Palette

Trout Stream - Burnsville, NC

Trout Stream – Burnsville, NC

The Way Home

The Way Home

This entry was written by Mark , posted on Sunday November 05 2017at 10:11 am , filed under Autumn, Flora, Landscapes, North Carolina, Water . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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