Saturday, December 19, 2009

Red Mountain turned white



Another spectacular view- this time it's from our mailbox



Red Mountain before it turned white.  This photo was taken in the fall after our woodpile was newly stacked.  We have gone through a couple of rows already with the cold and snow of the last two months.



Dry Fork Canyon.  Do I not live in one of the most beautiful places on the planet?

Take a look at other scenic views at Scenic Sunday.

14 comments:

elvira pajarola said...

I just adore the red mountain before it turned white!!!!!
GORGEOUS PICTURES!!
I loved your visit in my tuscany, Thank YOU!!!
See you ! ciao elvira

sniehans said...

Very nice! A very beautiful place indeed!

eileeninmd said...

Wow, you views are just awesome. Lucky you!
Your photos are beautiful. Thank you for sharing your lovely mountain views.

Blasé said...

Snow has a mind of its own!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Yes you do, Loran... I cannot believe the views you have there. WOW!!!!! We've gone through alot of firewood already and it's still December.. Wonder what January and February will bring us???????

Love your mountains.. Thanks for sharing. We got a 'tad' of snow during the night but it is gone now.

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Carolyn Ford said...

Ahhh yes, you do! This is an amazing place to live! Utah is rich in red rock beauty! I love to visit your state!

Lisa Wilson said...

Beautiful!

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Beautiful!

Jenn Jilks said...

Great before and after shots! We've had a ton of snow in My Muskoka !

ellen said...

Nice entry for camera critters. Mine is up. Hope to see you there. God Bless!

MsRay said...

Love the change of colors :) Beautiful!

Carolyn said...

Snow creates such magic. Thanks for sharing.
Smiles

JOE TODD said...

Love the fall then winter photo Stay warm

George said...

I must agree that you live in a very beautiful place. And I will also admit that your mountains are more grand than the ones we have here in Tennessee.