Katie Botwin | Fall Colors
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Fall Colors

FROM INFINITE hues of color painted on the petals of hillsides covered with wildflowers, to the shades of brown and gray contouring the jagged peaks of the Rockies, to the fiery petals of autumn announcing the coming of winter, Colorful Colorado lives up to its nickname. Every September, thousands of visitors flock to its’ mountain passes and ski towns to breathe in the crisp air as they hike through mother nature shedding a vibrant green coat of summer and draping herself in the warm colors of autumn. For the past 6 years, I have been lucky enough to explore Colorado in every season. I have fallen in love with a very particular short span of time, one when you can lay in a grove of aspen with an orange sky above, steady your heart to the sound of a calm breeze in the trees around you, and close your eyes to the gentle kiss of falling leaves on your face.