Aspens deliver right on schedule

Aspen trees north of Ketchum signal the onset of fall with their gold leaves. Aspens generally turn a golden yellow in fall, a response to the decreased production of chlorophyll, letting pigments called carotenoids show through leaf cell membranes. Leaf displays should last for the next few weeks. Photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

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