The bald summit of Little Jackson Mountain in the Rangeley Lakes Region of Maine boasts alpine foliage and plants more typically found along the higher summits of NH's White Mountains. While I had missed the peaks of the alpine fall colors, distant hills and valleys were ablaze, especially with the strong overhead backlighting. While sunrise or sunset is often on the mind of photographers at this time of year, late morning or early afternoon light can give some colorful results. Webb Lake is in the distance. The alpine area is quite sensitive, so careful rock hopping was done to prevent any damage.