Extreme Autumn: Fall in Colorado
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Extreme Autumn: Fall in Colorado is an energetic rendition of what is otherwise a serene season. Forget gentle ponds with floating leaves. Toss the countryside red barn and maple tree out the door. And don't even think about that orange maple tree gracing a burial preplanning pamphlet. This is autumn Colorado Rockies style: high altitude, extreme, dangerous, and thought-provoking.
Focusing on areas above 8,000 feet, the book delivers autumn from a plethora of angles: steep mountainsides, high-altitude lake shores, under full moon, river beds, in the snow, and best of all: from above with an airplane. There is nothing ordinary about fall here - it is filled with contrast at every turn - gentle and harsh, warm and cold, summery and in the snow. Some aspen stands nurse forest wildlife, other trees are a stubborn symbol of defiance growing on top of a rock glacier.
Containing over 80 images, the book is an excellent way to enjoy all that autumn in Colorado has to offer without risking your life.