Thought I’d just post the rest of the images (that I liked) of my Eastern Sierra Fall Colors here.
Before I packed up my camera stuff for the evening, I walked over to the spillway at Convict Lake. By that time all of the photographers had left so I had the place to myself. Since it was dusk, the colors were more blue than anything else, so I converted this to a black and
I wasn’t too happy with a lot of my photos from the June Lake Loop Fall Color trip. Maybe it was just bad timing or I just didn’t have the eye this time. I don’t know. Anyway, here are two of the ones that I kind of like.
I spent the day between Convict Lake and Conway Summit in search of fall colors. My normal locations was either past due or the colors were not quite ready. Last year I stayed at the beaver pond at Lundy Canyon for sunset. This year I thought I’d go to Lundy Lake. There were some nice
I spent the night at the Convict Lake Campground. I got some nice dramatic skies that evening and I was hoping for the same for that morning. It wasn’t quite as dramatic that morning, but I had some nice colors in the sky. Thought I’d take a picture of me and my camp before I
I was planning on going up to the eastern Sierra for the fall colors next week (19th and 20th). I decided to go this weekend mainly because of the recent storms. I was hoping to catch some nice photography weather (clouds/storms) and some fall colors. I figured if the fall colors weren’t epic, maybe I
I knew before I stopped here that taking pictures around noon would not be the best time to be out, but I just had to stop! I really love this area and tried my best to make something work here. As I was shooting, I thought these would look good as a black and white.
No, this isn’t a post about Thanksgiving leftovers! We actually didn’t have any leftovers because we spent Thanksgiving at Mariposa and Yosemite the next day, but that’s for another entry. I posted my favorite fall colors last month. I was going through them and “found” a few more images, so I thought I’d share them
My last planned stop was at Lundy Lake/Canyon. My plan was to stay here for sunset. As I did at Conway Summit though, I made two trips; once at 1:30pm and again at 5pm. Didn’t get any colorful sunsets, but I’m happy with the fall colors at Lundy Canyon. I even found a few abstracts
Leaving the June Lake Loop, I continued north to check out Conway Summit colors. I was really pleased with the colors and the ample parking. It was about 11:30, so again, lighting wasn’t the best. I made two trips, one at 11:30 and returned at 3PM. The later trip had some harsh light and there