With September past the midway point, the mornings are cooler, and the mist on the mountains is a little thicker. Above is Brushy Top Mountain along the road to Otter Pond.
With the 52 degree morning, Otter Pond also has a light mist moving across the water. Colors are beginning to appear throughout the woods.
Goldenrod is now the prominent wildflower around the pond.
Blue and purple seem to be the colors of choice for the wildflowers in the forest.
Dick’s Mountain is framed by Goldenrod and mist as the sun first appears.
Walking back towards home, the Dogwood catch my eye in the woods. They are always the first to turn red as Autumn approaches. Dick’s Mountain is on the horizon.
The south ridge of Wolf Pen Mountain overlooks Otter Creek Valley.