Lewis Pond Panorama
The roads around Lewis Pond were so ragged and confusing that it took me a half an hour to get from the overlook to the edge of the water itself, even though I had been only a few miles from the pond "as the crow flies". I got there just as the last vestiges of morning color were leaving the clouds.
Lewis Pond turns out to be a lot more interesting from above than it is up close. :) This is probably just because the view from the Lewis Pond Overlook allows you to see a wide stretch of mountains and valleys, while from here you mostly have sky and water. Still, it's nothing to sneeze at! I did notice again here how interesting it was that the forest was mostly deciduous except right along the shoreline.