The weather in Utah is always pretty unpredictable (sorry weathermen.. and weatherladies, but it’s true). Just as the leaves along the Wasatch Front started bringing out fall in all its glory, Mother Nature dumped a good amount of snow in the higher elevations of northern Utah. This photo was taken a day or two after the storm, so the snow level is creeping higher up the mountain as the autumn weather returns. But with the weather in Utah, it’s gonna get colder, then warm up again, then snow, then melt, and any variations of weather.
Canon 60D | 120 mm | 1/250 | f/7.1 | ISO 100 | RAW
Usually Utah is great about having the four seasons, but it does happen where one season tries encroaching on the other. I am just glad the leaves didn’t become white before I could snap a photo. I love living under the mountains of the Wasatch Front.