I took a day trip up to the park on Tuesday, Oct. 29th, and the color was absolutely stunning, especially at elevations at mid and lower levels.
All the rain this year has "brightened" up the colors this fall, but the yellows are definitely dominanting since many of the trees in the park's lower elevations are poplars.
I visited Little Greenbrier (sat in on one of Robin Goddard's last programs at the schoolhouse for the season), Sugarlands, Campbell overlook on Newfound Gap Rd., and Roaring Fork.
Traffic wasn't as bad as I expected, but it was Tuesday and not the weekend which I'm sure was much, much worse. I've never seen more photographers and tripods in the park at one time in all my visits, but it is a very target-rich environment at the moment.