Standing water is a rarity in my next door State Park so when there is some,
you take advantage of the reflections.
This is a running stream in Frey Canyon. The water here is always milky looking and this may be due to the rich deposit of rhyolite farther up in the canyon. Rhyolite is a volcanic rock of silica composition and maybe this is silica suspended in the water.
In another part of the park a large oak tree is reflected in a small pond
that will not last much longer unless we get more rain.