The aspen canopy along Last Dollar Road near Telluride, Colorado
© Grant Ordelheide/Tandem Stills + Motio
Colours of Colorado. First day of autumn
There’s a chance this dazzling, ground-up view of fall foliage is not where you think it is. While the North East garners most of the leaf-peeping attention in North America this time of year, the state of Colorado puts on a spectacular show out West. The aspens of the Centennial State turn shades of gold and orange in autumn, which officially starts today. Fall typically marks the end of vacations, the beginning of school, the arrival of chilly nights, and, if you’re lucky, a display of leaves turned brilliant shades of gold and red.
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