Yesterday I was doing some drive-by litter picking, driving until I saw some litter, stopping, and picking it up, which basically means I was stopping every 50 to 100 feet for about ten miles. What began as a beautiful sunny day soon changed as a north wind brought clouds full of moisture.
Every once in a while, the sun found a spot to sneak through the clouds and the lighting became pretty dramatic. I love it when the sun spotlights the colorful trees.
|Here at Mile 52 is when the rain drops got pretty thick and I thought I saw a few wet snow flakes.|
|Yes, new snow on the mountain tops.|
|Seems like every time I drive by these recreational cabins at Lower Summit Lake the sun manages to come out.|
|The rest of Lower Summit Lake.|
|This guy was rowing his inflatable raft and trolling for fish.|
|Wish the sun had been out for this photo of these leaves along Summit Lake.|
|And a family of swans at Tern Lake.|
Just as I was leaving the swans, the sun highlighted these trees.