Posted by Lauren on November 27th, 2011
(image from here)
Oh wow, beautiful!
Oh. My. God. I just died.
Wow! What a beautiful place to visit. I love those colors. Have you been there? or just saw the picture and decided to post it?
Love your blog.
Greetings from Spain.
looks almost unreal!
amazing tones of colors! love!
i’ve been here! it is so magical! animals like monkeys and deer come right up to you. i plan on going back on my next visit to japan.
Beyond beauty !!! The place where spirit truly roams !!!
Love the colour! what an inspirational picture, I’d like to be there!
wow this is wonderful
Amazing rush of colors!
Can’t believe nature made all these vibrant colors. Fantastic site!
I’m getting further and further inspired by you all!!
Stunning earth’s creation! The beauty rests within simplicity of its’ natural kind!
Wow, that is stunning. The colors of gorgeous.
Oh my goodness! Ashi Lake is now officially on my ‘bucket list’!
So F*ing gorgeous. I’m from vermont, and this time of year I really miss the foliage, and views a little like this. Central park just doesn’t compare.
love this post!
ciao from italy!
I need to step into that image. now.
This scene takes my breath away. What beauty there is in nature!
Looks a bit like Vermont in the fall.
Oh, what a view
i love it
This is absolutely beautiful! This is why I love fall so much!
Can I be there right now please?
the colours from the leaves, wow!
Nature did not make all these colors. You can tell by the water that it has been tweaked in post production. If you want pictures to look like this just use your ‘saturation’ tool on Photoshop/Lightroom/etc.
I need to see this in person!
Yes, it’s been manipulated, but the range of autumn colors you can see in Japanese mountains is still very impressive in reality. They just ramped it up.
I could stare at this picture forever, amazing colours!