Autumn Colors on Blackwall Peak
Manning Provincial Park, BC
Copyright 2000-2017 by Michael L. Anderson

date found:
September 2000
camera:
Rapid Omega 6 x 7
lens:
90mm
film:
Fuji Reala
recommended enlargement size:
13 x 16 inches

The high country of Washington State's North Cascades and Pasayten Wilderness continue north of the border in Manning Park. The gentler hills here remind me less of the North Cascades and more of the Pasayten, which is more directly to the south. Plants of genus Vaccinium are responsible for the crimson color.