One fall morning on my way home from town (Prosser) I stopped to see the fall colours on the Yakima River. It was the peak for fall foliage at that time in the middle of October. It was pretty foggy so I drove down the road to see if the fog would lessen. It actually got worse so I headed back to the first place I had stopped to view the fall colours and I noticed the fog was beginning to lift. I waited until the water was very still and the fog was almost gone and snapped a group of photographs hoping one would turn out pretty good. This photograph was the best of the bunch.
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