03 Nov 15 Each time we make our annual run to Leavenworth there are a number of regular stops we make for me to take photos. We make many others, but there is a half dozen I always shoot. One of those is a small lake formed by the damming of the Wenatchee River immediately upstream, obviously, of a dam. This shallow lake is maybe 300 yards long at most, and perhaps 50 yards wide at its widest point. Beyond that it once again becomes the narrow and shallow river it was before the dam was constructed. The dam provides a tiny bit of power but is mostly used for the monitoring of the Steelhead Salmon that spawn in the river. I've shared a couple other shots of this lake in the past so some of you may remember it. Just beyond the right hand edge of this shot is a store and on the opposite side of the lake, the road side, is a big parking lot.
The base image was adjusted for max tonality, and at that point I stopped. Nikon D300s; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 400; 1/125 sec @ f / 8.