An Autumn day at Rancho San Rafael Park ~ Reno, Nevada

I thought I’d had better take the camera with me on my walk around Rancho San Rafael yesterday, before our Winter Weather Storm Watch would hit us (today). I wanted to get some “color” pics before the winds knocked off all the leaves. Seems I wasn’t the only one with that idea…lots of folks roaming around with cameras. 🙂


About sleepycathollow

I'm Michelle and live in Northern Nevada ~ beautiful mix of high desert and the Sierra.
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8 Responses to An Autumn day at Rancho San Rafael Park ~ Reno, Nevada

  1. Beautiful Fall photographs. The crisp red leaf on the ground is my favorite. Well done and thanks for sharing,

  2. digipicsphotography says:

    Love those fall colors. That’s something we don’t have here. Everything is always green or a baby sh%*t yellow.

  3. Time for me to get out and do the same, though for me it’s Spring images. I’m lovin’ my new camera but haven’t used it that much yet. I need to break out the CD with the manual too, and have a bit if a read. I only have two vacation days left, so the pressure’s on…

  4. Lennette says:

    Beautiful pictures Michelle!

  5. BeeYOOtiful! I love the duck especially! What a love. When I saw the apple, which is a great shot, all I could think was that that must have been where Snow White dropped it after she collapsed. 😉

  6. Thank you all! Hopefully most of the trees still have their colors after an arctic blast just whipped through.

  7. tchistorygal says:

    Stunning pictures! I love fall colors best of all! 🙂

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