03 October 2014

Fragment Friday - Adirondack Pics

The trees were just starting to turn when we took our train trip.
This was our preferred method of touring the fall foliage.
Most of the trees rushed passed in a blur...
But the train slowed to pass by water features like ponds -
- and rivers.
Some trees were turning quick --
 -- others hadn't started yet.
Hidden treasure lurks around every bend.
Autumn in the Adirondacks.


4 comments:

Kathleen Cassen Mickelson said...

Oh, these are gorgeous photos! The leaves are turning here, but haven't quite peaked yet. Looks like a lovely journey.

Constance Brewer said...

Thanks Kathleen. It was a nice journey. Travel by train is fun. Wish we had passenger trains in America - more than the now and then Amtrack.

Split Pea Traveler said...

Beautiful photos. I can almost smell the hot apple cider and taste the cider donuts from here! There's nothing like leaf peeping in the northeast. Thanks for sharing b

Constance Brewer said...

Had fresh apple fritters, does that count? I really miss the leaves of the northeast. Wyoming tends to do fall in shades of gold, olive, and brown.