Weekend in Utah
Although the brilliant scarlets and reds of fall color had faded, the pleasing combination of coppers, browns and glowing yellow trees were a companion to the sunny, slighty crisp mountain air.
A typical home in the Avenues, an older section of the city, where many of the houses date to the 1800s. The governor's mansion is a block away from here. This is actually my sister's house and they've done a TON of work to get it looking so nice. I always love staying there.
Eric, the groom's brother, and John, the bride's brother. Three of the children in the bride's family got the red hair; the others are brunettes.
A door of the Salt Lake Latter-day Saint temple. I never tire of photographing/seeing these doors.
The next day, Saturday, we went to hear Susan Straight read from her book "A Million Nightingales," in the downtown library.
Mom and Dad--a last photo before I head out the door on Sunday afternoon.