There’s never a bad time to visit Nolte State Park. We’ve made the drive south many times to get away from the city, breathe in fresh air and walk the trail through the forest around lovely Deep Lake. We were there in January when the only colors were green and brown and the lake was frozen over.
And again in the spring when the trees were waking up in chartreuse on a rainy day in May.
But today under sunshine and clear skies, the fall version of the Park was something new and wonderful to us as brilliant colors mingled with the evergreens and reflected in the lake.
I guess you could say fall is my new favorite time to visit Nolte.
Till next time,
Nice to see the same spot through changing seasons. Autumn gets my vote too.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks Pete. It was quite a discovery yesterday to see that fall color over the lake! 🙂
The reflections are so pretty!
Thank you! I was so surprised by the beautiful fall colors at the Park. 🙂
Thank you. 🙂
Trees… reflections… What more could you want? 😉
True! It’s a special park and even better in autumn! 🙂 🙂