Photo Gallery: Utah in the Fall

Good travel surprises us.

It teaches us new things, it changes our opinions, and helps us see the world in a new way.

Until now, I’ve always associated fall with the northeast and the foliage brilliance of New England, but traveling through Utah in early October showed me the other side of autumn–one with red mountains and green spruce trees interspersed with some of the most colorful trees I have ever seen on the planet. This really is a beautiful state, and after driving the entire length of Utah, I think I need to to add it to my list of  14 Favorite Fall Destinations.

These are just a few of my favorite photos that I snapped along the way. Thank you, Utah.


  1. Anoop Savio
    October 10, 2013, 1:41 am

    Feel of the season surging through my veins 🙂

  2. XQQ
    October 13, 2013, 10:09 am

    Good travel surprises us.

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