Fall Colors On Roan Mountain


Hey y’all, yeah…I took a ride yesterday up to see some fall colors on Roan Mountain.  I took a small off shoot road and found some of the most beautiful scenes to photograph.  

So, here they are, espcially for my friends in the South, and the South West…. you may be able to ride all year, but sometimes you miss the best the rest have to offer.

 


























I wish they would put electric wires underground, messes up the great photo ops….







I’m going to get a larger memory card today…need a new one anyway…Fall….here in the High Country…it’s a favorite time of year for me!


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15 comments on “Fall Colors On Roan Mountain”

  1. Very Beautiful!

  2. Gorgeous shots!

  3. OH thank you for sharing! Weather may be warm here in FL but I sure do miss deciduous forests!!! Nice ride.

  4. I was in Washington DC over the weekend and managed a gorgeous picture of Maple trees in full autumn red with the George Washington monument in the background… I'm from Iowa… don't miss the snow but I miss the trees.

  5. I here ya loud and clear. This is the kind of scenery I get in Minnesota too. LOVE it! Wouldn't trade it for anything. Fall colors, and fall riding rocks!

  6. Have to admit those are some beautiful pictures. Good job.

  7. Another Beautiful Ride. Good shots Chess.I love that tunnel feeling you had on a couple. I do miss the Shenandoah Valley and area. You are doing the area a great honor by sharing. Thanks Pap

  8. beautiful!!!!

  9. GREAT PHOTOS!!!! I wish I was there too :(Big AL

  10. Such beautiful colors, water and light!!! We are just begining to see some chnages down here -;0)

  11. awesome photos!!

  12. That's beautiful. I'm so jealous being from Arizona because we do not see that type of thing here or get to enjoy anything like it. Take advantage of every day you get to see the beauty created.

  13. Chessie:we are jealous too. Here in British Columbia our trees turn yellow then drop. We don't have the splash of Red like you do. Most of our trees are a dull green and grey during the winter, or just twig skeletons. Thanks for your pictures, I agree about the powerlines and wires. bobbobskoot: wet coast scootin

  14. Just drove from Nashville to Johnson City today and the leaves out here are spectacular. They haven't started to change yet in Middle TN.

  15. Fall is so beautiful…I love the changing of the colors in the trees 🙂


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