Usually about this time of year we head for Vermont to take in the fall colors and do some painting. This year because of the library commission and several workshops I’m teaching I have to forego that pleasure. However, Fall in Utah is something to behold too. While at the cabin yesterday we noticed the change beginning on the oak leaves. With the cool air that worked its way in over the weekend that will probably speed up the process. I scouted out a couple of great spots to return to in Zion Canyon when the Cottonwoods turn their brilliant yellow-gold.
More sketchbook drawings of Zion National Park