I’ve been describing new spots around New York state in the last couple of weeks, but this is from a place that should be familiar to many readers – Silver Mine Lake at Harriman State Park. I just wanted to share some nice pictures with autumn colors, which are quite rare on this blog due to its temperature-sensitive theme
However, there was a very warm weekend in October that Ramon and I spent there. Saturday felt actually like summer, and I didn’t even take pictures, because I thought I had more than enough from this lake. Only on the next day, when it started raining and was foggy, did it occur to me that it was actually fall time.
So here are the amazing multicolored leaves
and the lake itself in the fog.
It was still surprisingly warm, and we walked around in the buff, feeling the soft drizzle on our skin.
Here are what Ramon called ‘blending’ photos – blending with landscape.
The fogged lens gave a nice effect too.
It was nice to close off hiking and swimming season at Harriman State Park on such a fabulous day! Looking forward to the next one!