Autumn at Sunstone

The sun shines brilliant the golden autumn leaves of the Cottonwood tree. A storm hides the Sandia Mountains usually visible in the background.

Sunset on cottonwood photo.

Sunlight on cottonwood tree.

Though this photo doesn’t do the apricot tree justice (it’s a day or two before prime color), it has the most gorgeous fall color of all our fruit trees.

Apricot tree photo

One of our fruit trees planted by the former owner of our place.

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One Response to Autumn at Sunstone

  1. John says:

    I want to drink hot chocolate outside by the fire. Enough of the hot weather in Nicaragua.

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