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Fall color update: Mill Creek webcam shows peak color

October 12th, 2014 by Greg, Information & Restoration Specialist
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As the sun dips lower in the sky and we enter mid-October, the aspen, cottonwood, and willow trees of the Mono Basin, as well as other deciduous trees and plants, become more colorful at low elevations. You can track these changes from anywhere on our three webcams.

Mill Creek on 10/9/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

Mill Creek on October 9, 2014 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

The Mono Lake Webcam shows that Lee Vining Creek is very colorful near Mono Lake. The Lee Vining Webcam shows a lot of color in town. And the Mill Creek Webcam, looking down Mill Creek toward Mono Lake, has the best and closest views of the changing leaves—right now at close to peak color! Below is a weekly look at how the view of Mill Creek has changed over the last four weeks, showing dramatic changes during the last week. Click on the first image to enlarge and click through a slide show of them.

Mill Creek on 9/11/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

Mill Creek on 9/11/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

Mill Creek on 9/18/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

Mill Creek on 9/18/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

Mill Creek on 9/25/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

Mill Creek on 9/25/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mill Creek on 10/2/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

Mill Creek on 10/2/14 from the Mill Creek Webcam.

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