Autumn colors at the Silver Mine Lake

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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 😉

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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.

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So here are the amazing multicolored leaves

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and the lake itself in the fog.

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It was still surprisingly warm, and we walked around in the buff, feeling the soft drizzle on our skin.

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Here are what Ramon called ‘blending’ photos – blending with landscape.

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The fogged lens gave a nice effect too.

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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!