Eastern High Sierra, Ca.
December 19, 2017 • Leave a Comment
This October I went to the eastern side of the High Sierra Ca. to the Bishop, Mammoth Lakes, Mono Lake area for the fall color that happens every year. A usual I wasn't let down, colors were really beautiful and I never get tired of photographing trees in fall color. Even though the temps this year were a bit warmer then usual colors were nice. Its always sort of a guess as to when the colors will be at their peak its not an exact call as to when. Can't say which area was my favorite this year but Bishop Creek is always one of them.
We had a little weather system come through mid week when we were in Mammoth and got a nice dusting of snow, the Sierra's always look so dynamic after a snow storm. The wind was really strong during the night and some area's that had nice colored leaves had none the next day, but still the aspens are beautiful even when they have lost their leaves. Temps were colder then previous days but expected to go up the next days to come. We went by Mono Lake and up Lee Vining Canyon and Lundy Lake then on to Virginia Lakes, the view at Conway Summit for me was great and I got this image . Even though it was 34 degrees and a nice wind chill and I got my image. All in all it was a nice adventure, even though it was not long enough I always like getting out searching for images.
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