Scattered clouds with rain today. I drove up to Tobyhanna State Park in the Poconos. There was good color around the lake, but then again, the winds over the lake had knocked a lot of the foliage off. Still, it was a lovely place.
The lake is a reservoir. Figures 1-2 were taken from the dam at the southerly part of the lake; figure 2 looks north and west toward the Tobyhanna Creek running into the lake.
A road goes around the lake. It crosses over the mouth of the creek as it enters the lake. There are marshes along the creek (figure 3) and you can see that it was quite windy by the riffling of the waters.
From a point slightly to the south of the vantage of figure 3 we see the creek again receding into the north and west distance (figure 4).
There were many colorful trees despite the action of the winds, even along the banks of the creek (figure 5).
Look behind your back in figures 3-5 and there were quite striking clouds that had already passed the park heading east (figure 6).
En route to the parking lot I saw trees with bright red fruit. More interesting was the pattern of green and yellow in the leaves (figure 7).
Nikon Z 7ii with Nikkor Z 24-200 mm f/4-6.3 lens.
All images cleaned up with DxO and edited with Luminar AI.