Autumn Color Below 3,000 feet
Driving back down Highway 80 toward Marion, Lake Tahoma, at 2,000 feet, offered a surprise of color in one of its many finger coves. Reflections in the still waters showed a deep blue sky with vibrant color, below.
Earlier, just after sunrise, the view from my deck showed a forest starting to turn, especially on the slopes of Wolf Pen Mountain, below. The ridge line is about 3,000 feet.
Below is a different view of Wolf Pen Mountain from just north of the house.
A short walk further to the north reveals the colors along a hillside below Oak Mountain, below.
Otter Pond, below, reflects the changing trees and the deep blue sky.
To see the post from a year ago in the same area, use the search box, and look for Autumn at 3,000 feet