One of the best things about autumn is the fog that rolls in to Green Lake each year. In the summer Green Lake is a swarm of activity as half the city flocks to its water, bike/running trail, wading pool, and expansive greens. But in the winter, it's desolate. It's cold. And it's thick with fog, obscuring the water, trees, and more. That's when the reeds pop out against that white sky and still water.
You can see my other series of Green Lake in the fog here.