boulders

Rain is coming

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023Recent 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

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043We’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

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untitled-138-2Reaching 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.

Exploring

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096-2Day 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

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187Boulders as big as cars, normally under water are exposed at Sand Harbor.

Erratic Boulders

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untitled-171-2Geology . 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

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Locals call it ‘Nevada’s Yosemite’ a valley located in the Ruby Mountains in the Northeastern section of Nevada (near Elko)

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