With the cooler weather in the sub-alpine meadows in Strathcona Provincial Park many of the shrubs are starting to turn to their fall colours. White-flowered rhododendron (Rhododendron albiflorum) and many of the blueberries (Vaccinium sp.) are getting better every day.
Today was a gray, wet day and that seemed to make the colour pop a little more than usual. The challenge was trying to find a break in the weather to create the images. I focused on the white-flowered rhododendron (a native rhododendron) and will see if I can capture the blueberries on a subsequent visit.