Three-point buck eating greens near tank farm south of downtown Juneau on Oct. 7. (Photo by Steve Hamilton)

Three-point buck eating greens near tank farm south of downtown Juneau on Oct. 7. (Photo by Steve Hamilton)

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Nugget Falls reflection seen on Oct. 4. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Nugget Falls reflection seen on Oct. 4. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Twins seen along the Under Thunder Trail on Oct. 4. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Twins seen along the Under Thunder Trail on Oct. 4. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

View of Auke Bay Harbor and the Douglas mountain range from John Muir Cabin on Oct. 10. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

View of Auke Bay Harbor and the Douglas mountain range from John Muir Cabin on Oct. 10. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Colorful wild cabbage in a downtown garden on Oct. 13. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Colorful wild cabbage in a downtown garden on Oct. 13. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Vibrant Japanese maple tree seen near Starr Hill on Oct. 13. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Vibrant Japanese maple tree seen near Starr Hill on Oct. 13. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Red and black: a raven stands out against the autumn leaves near the downtown library on Oct. 13. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Red and black: a raven stands out against the autumn leaves near the downtown library on Oct. 13. (Photo by Denise Carroll)

Stink currants along the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Stink currants along the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Mushrooms along the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Mushrooms along the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

The bridge to nowhere on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

The bridge to nowhere on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

A place to keep moving without stopping on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

A place to keep moving without stopping on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Moss covering the rocky mountain give the illusion the ground is soft as a pillow on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Moss covering the rocky mountain give the illusion the ground is soft as a pillow on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Shaggy mane family along the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Shaggy mane family along the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Green patina on the old shell casings contrast against the decaying wood on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

Green patina on the old shell casings contrast against the decaying wood on the Salmon Creek Dam Trail on Oct. 14. (Photo by Deana Barajas)

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