The last November morning was spectacular. The temperatures dropped below zero during the night and I woke up to a foggy and frosty morning. Soon the sun began to dispel the fog and created magical light. I grabbed my camera and headed to the fields behind the apartment building where I live.
By mid-November the leaves had fallen from the trees and formed red carpets in the forests. I climbed Stari grad, a hill above my hometown Kamnik, and enjoyed the sweet late-afternoon light. It may have looked like a nice, warm day, but it was actually very windy and I was nearly blown off the top!
The fall has been quite strange this year. It snowed in the mountains in September, then the snow melted a bit and some of the peaks became more accessible again. In the beginning of November the weather forecast was nice but on the day when I decided to go hiking, I woke up to a gloomy, cloudy morning. I went hiking anyway and was rewarded with a myriad of weather conditions and views.
On All Saints' Day I drove around Gorenjska. My first destination was Zbilje Lake with its fall colors, and then I went to Jamnik, a hill above the small town of Kropa. I was too late to catch the sun, but the Alps in the distance were still basking in the late afternoon light, so I snapped a few panoramas. And the church there is pretty photogenic in any light anyway. ;)