Over the last few weeks, I’ve been in awe with all the colorful Colorado
autumn wildflowers… and the cool shapes that the summer wildflowers
have morphed into.
Autumn Wildflowers – In A Colorado Minute (Week 337) [4k]
My original plan was to share a video of autumn wildflowers and
autumn leaves I happened to have filmed while out filming another video.
But then I went out on two specific excursions just to capture these
fall bloomers and all the other beautiful leaves, seedpods and autumn
vistas. The second excursion to “pick some flowers for you” happened
this morning after I had already started editing… the weather was just
too beautiful to not get some more… This is, of course, also the
reason why this video is a little bit late.
few notes on some of the shots: The first shot is not a photo, but
actually video… suddenly there wasn’t the tiniest gust of wind. The
grasshopper is alive; it just held on for dear life while the wind was
blowing. The warbling in the close-up shots of Longs Peak and Horsetooth
Rock must be caused by the heat that was spreading when the powerful
Colorado sun finally warmed everything up again after a freezing night.
The song I used in the video is the instrumental version of “Thanks For Coming” by Josh Woodward.
With that beautiful slide guitar, it might just be my favorite song by
Josh Woodward. This song, as most of his music, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Josh, you’re awesome for writing beautiful music and letting us use it for our videos!
|Colorado wildflowers and Longs Peak
Fort Collins, Colorado
I took tons of photos of autumn wildflowers and autumn leaves
this week and in the preceding weeks. So I’ll be posting a bunch of
photos throughout this week to the In A Colorado Minute 2016 Flickr album, on this blog, Google+ and Facebook. Look out!