Autumn is definitely my favorite season. If you follow me on Instagram, you must have already figured that out because of the many photos that I share about this season. We are having the most strange autumn this year with temps still in the 70’s, but I am not at all complaining because it only means one thing, getting to enjoy the outside more.
Autumn is not only full of beauty, the temp is my kind of weather too – not too cold and not to hot. If only it would stay that way the whole year through.
It was in the 70’s on Friday when the hubs and I headed to Lake Louise in Weaverville, NC which is located north of Asheville. I’ve blogged about Lake Louise in the past, but I can’t seem to get enough of the beauty of this lake.
It was in my plan to visit the lake in autumn and get photos of not only the lake, but of the beautiful autumn colors too. Unfortunately, I was already a little late. There were still some colors left, but most of the trees are already bald especially the part where the water wheel was. I miscalculated. I thought the trees won’t be bald yet because of the not so fall-like weather.
A lot of the tree may be bald already, but surprisingly, there were still a lot of green leaves on the tree. I think even the leaves are having a hard time figuring out if it’s already autumn because of the warm temps. 🙂
And look what we saw there? A bunch of ducks! We’ve seen them before, but that was the first time that we’ve seen them so close like that. So cute, right?
What a relaxing view! I’ll never get tired of looking at it.