Sunday, November 08, 2015

The Colors of Napa in Early November

Today we drove out to Napa Valley for a leaf peeping activity, except that well this is California and we do fall colors later than most; thus we didn't encounter too much colors just yet. Some trees have changed into their fall wardrobe, while other clung onto their spring/summer greens. Here are the products of our afternoon in Napa Valley. Fair warning, though, this is a photo heavy post.

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25 comments:

  1. Hello, Napa is looking beautiful this Autumn! The leaves and trees are pretty. I love the cute shot of the deer! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  2. Beautiful, colorful Fall captures and a glorious look at your world for the day!! And, of course, I do love Mr. Big Ears Deer!! Thank you for sharing the beauty and the smiles!! Have a great new week!!

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  3. Beautiful!
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  4. Lovely colours celebrating this grand time of year!

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  5. Really quite a lot of color there Maria ... The " wine on the vine" is always beautiful to see and it looks like a wonderful drive.

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  6. Beautiful area and you do have some lovely colors ~ Divine photography!

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  7. Great shots! Makes you want to head there now!

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  8. Lovely - there's nothing like a photo-intensive autumn blog post :)

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  9. I have visited Napa and Sonoma in summer a few times but one day I'd love to see it in autumn. I'd also love to be there for crush season.

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  10. Love these autumn sights! Great frames all!

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  11. You managed to capture lots of Autumn colours. I particularly enjoyed the photos of roads and paths that had my eye following your lens.

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  12. love your images of the Napa Valley. Seems to be a place where great shots can happen. I even see a deer in one image and the bushes are vines I guess. :)

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  13. Hi! Autumn leaves are very beautiful. Napa Valley wine is very famous in our country too. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Hi! Autumn leaves are very beautiful. Napa Valley wine is very famous in our country too. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Oh gorgeous gorgeous autumn colours. We don't have this kind of display in Australia as our native trees are evergreen, but we do get pockets where there are imported trees growing. But it is nearly summer here now! Have a great week and thank you for stopping by my blog this week.

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  16. A fine series of early autumn pictures.

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  17. What wonderful autumn colors in this famous valley! And your images are amazing!
    Bya the way, thanks for visiting my blog and for the comment. To answer your question, Skuleskogen National Park is in Västernorrland County, Sweden.

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  18. Fall is my favorite time to go to Napa. Though I haven't been during this time of the year in 8 years. It was the first week of October and the leaves were already changing. Our seasons are unpredictable.

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  19. Great colors, wonderful autumn views!

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  20. Amazing!!!!! How lucky you are to have this beautiful place as a driving distance from where you live!

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  21. Such beautiful shades! Great post.

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  22. I have never been to Napa. It is one of those places that have escaped me for a long time. From your photos, I can see that it is a beautiful place. I think I am more attracted to the area for the scenery than for the wine.

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