Rain is coming
Recent weather has me cooped up inside and a chance to revisit some photos from the past months. This was taken in late September at Alpine Lake in California. The rain was coming in and I snapped a few shots before putting the camera away for protection. As you can see from the water lines on the boulder, it’s much needed.
Blue Sky over Junipers
We’re expecting a major storm front in Northern California. I thought I’d post a recent photo from October to offset the cloudy stormy weather.
Moss Covered Boulders
Reaching into my archives from one of my runs into Yosemite last year. Wandered along the Merced River for this photo. I really liked the mossy boulders.
Day 1 at Showers Lake. After a quick thunderstorm, I had the chance to go exploring around the lake. Cool boulders to scramble around.
Exposed at Sand Harbor
Boulders as big as cars, normally under water are exposed at Sand Harbor.
Geology . noting or pertaining to a boulder or the like carried by glacial ice and deposited some distance from its place of origin. Taken a few years ago, these erratic boulders can be found just above Nevada Falls.
Lamoille Canyon, Nevada
Locals call it ‘Nevada’s Yosemite’ a valley located in the Ruby Mountains in the Northeastern section of Nevada (near Elko)
West Fork Carson River
West Fork of the Carson River near Hope Valley along Highway 88 in California. This is one of my favorite areas to take photos. I was walking along the river at dusk when I stumbled across this tree root along the river’s edge. I thought it would add an interesting line to the shot.