Looking For Some Fall Color

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Fall colors reflected in the still waters of the Merced River. Photo by Dale Carlson.

Wanna know where you can find some fall color in Yosemite? @YosemiteScience has the info you need:

Bigleaf maples on talus slopes and riparian woodlands from Cascades to Happy Isles are lighting up. The sugar maple near the Chapel and the maple south of Forest Drive in Wawona are also turning. Some aspens and cottonwoods are starting to turn. Most oaks and dogwoods are waiting a while longer.

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