Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Winter isn't too far away

During our drive this past weekend up into the high country of the Sierra Nevada's, once we passed a certain elevation, it started feeling a lot more like winter rather than fall.

Our first hint were these beautiful pinecones.
The sap on them looked like snow from a distance.

The further up we drove, winter kept showing more and more.
A leafless tree among the evergreens.

A sprinkling of snow on the high mountain peeks.


Very cold but not yet frozen water at Leavitt Falls.
Burr!

Break out your jackets, winter isn't far away.
_

7 comments:

andie said...

No! Not yet, not yet...I still need to see the beautiful fall colors for a wee bit longer.
:)
Love,
a.

Art the Omnipotent said...

Yay!!! Time for sweaters and big, colorful socks, soups, chilli, hot chocolate and warm snuggly pajamas.

Ragged Around the Edges said...

So loverly. Makes me want to visit.

Luke Wiley said...

A cool frozen waterfall!

rosemary said...

Snow to the east and west of us....east is Montana...lots there. West, our local mountains...a dusting but snow is snow.....sadly.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Love that waterfall and yes winter is not far away, not looking forward to that either.

Ginnie said...

My time of the year, Mad! :)