There was fog and haze, and most of the trees had not yet revealed their most intense autumn colors (this was October 7). However, I briefly caught sight of a patch of color through a gap in the mid-ground foliage, and a long lens concentrated the view.
This fog bank followed the fence line for awhile.
My goal that afternoon was to hike to the Cascades in Jeffress Park, and I was rewarded with nice conditions at the upper and lower falls overlooks. It was cloudy (and sometimes drizzly), which kept the contrast of the white water manageable.
I got my viewpoint very close to ground level at a feeder stream on the way back.
Here are views from inside and outside the Jesse Brown cabin in E. B. Jeffress Park.