Fall Colors In Washington State 2012

Fall Colors In Washington State 2012

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Fall Colors In Washington State

This album was made to represent the beauty of Washington State in Fall. There is so much beauty in the mountains in fall around here. Fall color is here everywhere from the lowland decidious trees, the mid-level berry bushes and the high elevation larches. Washington State is a special place to be in fall and though this album doesn't cover all the beauty it at least shows some of the highlights special region. For those who are looking for cover in this region here is the layout of color...

Alpine Larches: Last week of September to Mid October
Berry Bushes: Mid September to Mid October
Western Larches: Mid October to Late October
Lowland Broadleaf Trees and Maples: Late October

Enjoy Washington State Finest....


A tall colorful larchA tall colorful western larch!
Colors on the trailColors on the trail
Looking up towards Cannon MountainFrom the Enchantments
Good viewsViews from Goat Peak
Colorful larchesColorful larches
Looking over at Fifes Looking at Fifes Peak
Closeup of larchesWestern larches from Goat Peak
Bumping Lake and larchesBumping Lake from Goat Peak
Larches from on the way up!Western Larch from Goat Peak


Stream and colorStreams of Fall!!
Yellows on the roadRoad of Beauty!!
Snoqualmie FallsSnoqualmie Falls!!
Maples are on FireMaples on Fire!!

Framed Mt. StuartMount Stuart
Columbia Peak - Fall ColorsFall Colors
Columbia PeakColumbia Peak
Framed Mt. BakerFramed Mount Baker

The IngallsThe Ingalls and the larches
Morning gloryStuart among the larches!
Nearing the top of Sawyer MountainNearing the top of Mount Sawyer
Looking down the trail on Mount SawyerFall in the berry bushes
BearQueen in the berry bushesBearQueen in the berry bushes
Mount Daniel and HinmanMount Daniel and Hinman

Red SunsetSunset of red
Red LeavesAmazing colors
Colored Slopes
Poets Colors


Sunset on StelettoSunset

Fall colors starting to showFirst good shot of fall.
Traversing the fieldsGolden Fields at Sunset
Hinkhouse PeakHinkhouse Peak
Orange Tree FungusOrange Fungi
Wallaby Peak in the morningWallaby Peak in the morning
Fall ColorsFall beginning to show


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Mike Lewis

Mike Lewis - Oct 14, 2012 8:53 pm - Voted 10/10

This album is shaping up nicely!

I hope we keep getting contributions here.

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