Autumn is Falling on the Hillsides

“Leaves grow old gracefully, bring such joy in their last lingering days. How vibrant and bright is their final flurry of life.” 
― Karen Gibbs

Once again we are privileged to share the start of Autumn in the lovely countryside of Cedar City, Utah.  Former Moorpark resident,Tom Baldwin, author and photographer, will take us on a tour of what is now his home turf.

Early morning in a shady grove. Used the flash for this one. Like the effect

Full sunlight here. Good colors.

A lovely dark grotto down under the trees.

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Love the colors you get when the leaves turn up on Cedar Mountain. Not just yellows and oranges, you can get beautiful pastels too.

High land road. Fall approaching now, but in a few months the only way in is by snowmobile or snowcat. This area gets about 15 feet of snow in the winter.

Photos and Captions by Tom Baldwin

Tom Baldwin is a former Moorpark resident where he served his community on the school board.  He moved with his family to Cedar City Utah and is an accomplished writer.

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