Drove down to Cedar Grist watermill to photograph some fall colors. Most of the trees at the mill have lost there leaves but some were still around. I'm still trying to figure out how to shoot fall colors. Many trees are still turning colors and others have lost their leaves long ago. I was able to get low clouds and little light which works best for this. The shadows are not dark and the highlights are not bright giving the best colors and not too much contrast.
The Cedar Grist Mill is the only working watermill in Washington. It is open from 1 pm to 4 pm on Saturday and 2 pm to 4 pm on Sunday.
After the mill I went to Moulton Falls Park to photograph the walking bridge above the Lewis River. The bubbles on the water created some nice leading lines throughout the photos.