The Golden Light of Autumn
Here is a peak at 'my neck of the woods'. This was taken about 15-20 minutes away from my home on what we call the Alpine Loop, American Fork Canyon. This picturesque loop starts close to where I live and winds up over the backside of Mt. Timpanogos, past streams, lakes and natural springs, and through pine forests and the most glorious aspen groves you've ever seen. It then passes Robert Redford's Sundance ski resort and ends in Provo canyon near Bridal Veil falls, (another beautiful photo op). I try to drive the loop every spring and fall. I finally found an hour or two about a week or so ago. It is always beautiful, but the brilliant reds of the oak and the brilliant yellows of the aspen leaves had already faded and I was disappointed. No shots taken. But coming home I noticed how lovely the light was streaming through the trees and I stopped alongside the road. After a brief stroll, I found this scene. Obviously, a few lovers from past generations had stopped here before me.