We’re now getting so many beautiful photographs of fall color each day, that sometimes there are just too many good ones to post separately.
So, Gallimauphry is our collection of assorted wonders. This collection includes some historic shots (more than a week old) and though we don’t usually post older images, as they could mislead travelers as to what’s showing, we’ll occasionally mix a few in these postcard selections, such as Nancy Wright’s shot of Sunrise Over Silver Lake (above) shot in early October in Mono County.
Get there at dawn, and
There’s always next year.
Spanish Creek, Plumas County (10/19/15) Mike Nellor
Mike Nellor, a color spotter in the Quincy area, sends us this shot of Spanish Creek as it flows through Oakland Camp, east of Quincy. Plumas County color spotter Karen Moritz reports that Bucks Lake is now at 75% and the area around Quincy is peaking. The Indian Valley, also in Plumas County, is Near Peak.
Lundy Canyon (10/20/15) Josh Wray
Josh Wray sends this peakaboo glimpse of how the color is developing in Lundy Canyon (Mono County). Yes, it’s still Near Peak.