Paul Queneau Showcases Missoula’s Stunning Fall Foliage

Editor’s note: Paul Queneau sent us so many gorgeous fall color photos for his post, Missoula’s Fall Colors: The Best Ever?, that we couldn’t resist putting them all in one big gallery for you to enjoy. Click on any photo to see it larger or start a slideshow.

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A Grant Creek hillside, bathed in gold.
A Grant Creek hillsi...
Fall in Montana cures what ails ya.
Fall in Montana cure...
Orange leaves, yellow grasses, and brown bucks: The essence of fall in Montana.
Orange leaves, yello...
The snow is getting lower...
The snow is getting ...
Buck horns amidst the leaves.
Buck horns amidst th...
Paul Q. fall color photos - PQ_littleleaf.jpg
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Paul's kids pile into the leaves.
Paul's kids pil...
The sheep is not impressed.
The sheep is not imp...
He likes the colors, too.
He likes the colors,...
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A leafy Missoula lane.
A leafy Missoula lane.
Soon, they'll be covered in snow instead.
Soon, they'll b...
They all fall down.
They all fall down.
The Garden City changes its colors.
The Garden City chan...
Missoula at the junction of fall and winter.
Missoula at the junc...
"Jesus light", as Paul's friend calls it.
"Jesus light&qu...
Aspens below Snowbowl.
Aspens below Snowbowl.

 

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Paul Queneau is an avid outdoor recreationist, naturalist, and hunter. He works as conservation editor of Bugle Magazine at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, where he writes about, photographs, edits, and films wildlife. See and read more of his work on the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s website and Paul’s photo portfolio.