Stuck between the beaches and swimming pools of summer and the holidays and snowmen of winter, autumn's charms can sometimes get a little lost in the shuffle. Then, right on cue, we get a video like this that reminds us why there's nothing quite like the sight of fall in its full glory.
Thanks to aerial drone photographer Justin McFarland, we get a bird's eye view of a Utah forest just as it begins its transformation from lush summer greenery to the hushed, branchless barren of winter. A few of the colours that pop up here frankly feel almost unnatural, too. Those trees look good enough to eat!
Enjoy the visual treat for yourself right here...
The leaves are violet. tree needles green. in the leaves are change. tre is orange. The trees are pretty.
That is one of the most prettiest things I’ve seen how do you said