Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Autumn in Wyoming

Sykes Ridge Road (that wild and rough road from an earlier post) is on the left side of that large orange tree, it looks like a pointy ridge. That road...if you can call it a road, followed that ridge and then plunged down on this side.
If you click on the image you can get a good look at the ridge.
I have a ton of pictures to post from this summer if I can find the time to get them out of my camera. Hopefully soon!


5 comments:

Montanagirl said...

That's truly a beautiful photo. It looks almost like a painting! Oh, and welcome back!

Kelle said...

Absolutely beautiful! The colors and smells of Autumn make it my very favorite season, here in MT. It's also a plus that a winter's break is coming as well*wink*
Blessings from,
The Never Done Farm

motoroz said...

Awesome colors! Wyoming is a great state. This past summer I rode through a lot of the state on the way to and from Yellowstone. I love it!

HBFG said...

What a stunning sight! Absolutely gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing! :)

Beyond My Garden said...

These are nice photos. I'm sorry you have not kept going.
nellie