Musings on cats, travel, gardens and life
Posted on November 21, 2021
by Susanne Swanson
Fall is full of glorious red
in the leaves
in the salmon that return to spawn
in last night’s sunset.
Sharing with Sunday Stills Photo Challenge.
Category: Nature, Sunrise-SunsetTags: Autumn, autumn leaves, fall color, Nature, nature photography, Pacific Northwest, Salmon, Sunday Stills, Sunrise-Sunset
Wowee, Susanne, these rubywine images are spectacular. How cool to see the salmon spawning!
Thanks Terri! I feel so fortunate to see the salmon. They spawn in the Cedar River right in Renton where I live, though I included this picture from our trip to the Gorge where these salmon were spawning at the base of Multomah Falls.
Beautiful photos! How fun to see the fish swimming upstream too. ❤️
Thank you! 🙂 I love to see the salmon spawning every fall right where I live in Renton. The photo here is from our trip to the Columbia Gorge a couple weeks ago. These salmon had come up the Columbia River to the base of Multnomah Falls.
Wow, amazing! ❤️
Great choices, Susanne. There are few red leaves around here. Most are orange or yellow.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks Pete! There’s lots of beautiful red here in the fall.
Wow, what a sunset!! I’m sure they are spectacular here in Yakima too, sometimes, but with all the houses and trees around us, it’s hard to get a good shot. All of these examples of red are gorgeous!
Thanks so much! I could see the sunset through my office window and ran out to capture it before it disappeared.
Beautiful photos! I love the glorious shades of that sunset ❤
Thanks so much! I was so happy to catch it last night. 😍
Such beautiful leaves and Sunset Susanne! Glorious color!
Thanks so much! 😊
How incredibly beautiful!
Thank you so much! 🙂
Absolutely!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful work
Just superb colours captured here Susanne! #sundaystills
Aw thank you so much! 🙂
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Gorgeous! I love maple leaves.
Thank you! 😊
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