On A Path Less Travelled

My one winter boot was rubbing my one ankle the wrong way while my Nikon camera held a dead battery and I had forgotten to bring along a jacket to keep warm enough above 8,000 feet, so my enthusiasm waned for a hike up to to the top of the mountain. Instead, once again, we took the road, or rather trails less travelled, more like deserted, and we had a wonderful afternoon among the splendor of an already peaked fall display. Loved the Aspen leaves not only turn golden, but orange, glorious. My pocket size Canon S90 camera had to suffice for the taking of these photos.

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