At the beginning of October, Clay and I flew back to Washington to attend our friends' wedding (congrats Eric and Lovina!!). That weekend, we also ended up taking a day trip to Mount Rainier National Park, per my mother-in-law's recommendation. Though it was quite chilly (it was snowing when we got to the Henry M. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center around lunch time), it was so refreshing to drive through and see this national park during the fall season. As we were driving, I couldn't help roll down the car window and snap a quick picture of the fog surrounding the trees (upper left photo). Later that day, we stopped by Louise Lake (upper right photo) and found a waterfall on the side of the road (lower left photo). I loved being able to see the autumn colors peek out from among the evergreen trees (lower right photo). As usual, it was wonderful getting to spend time with Clay outside in nature. In the future, we would love to come back to Mount Rainier during the spring and visit more of Washington's national parks together!
Just capturing as I go.