I have shared about Lake Louise here in the blog before and it was an autumn when I first blogged about it. This lake is located in Weaverville, North Carolina which is only about a 10 minute drive from Asheville. It is quick and easy drive from where we live and we check it out as much as we can regardless of the season. But it is always in autumn that I love to check it even more. I guess you already know why: everything is just prettier in autumn.
When we went there in autumn of last year, this area which is located beside the lake wasn’t as pretty as this because all the trees were already bald. We kind of got there late to enjoy the beautiful colors of autumn. This time around, we kind of gotten there early. As you can see, the trees around the river had not yet reached their peak colors. And life got hectic so when we got the chance to go back, the colors were gone. Haha. Until next year, huh? 🙂
But it was still beautiful.
You can see this view from the road which leads towards the main street of Weaverville.
There were a lot of colors from this side of the lake.
Such a beautiful tree in vibrant red.
This tree was almost bald, but still pretty.
Those colorful leaves that had already fallen were also showing off.
One more look at that pretty spot. And we noticed that the wheel was newly painted. I really love this spot. I could stay here for hours just listening to the sound of the running water which is so calming.
It was such a pleasant day at Lake Louise that day. It was in the middle of the week when we went so it wasn’t crowded at all.