A storm moving over the Sierra at North Lake during fall. Seconds after this photo was taken it started to snow on me. It continued to storm for the next two days and dropped about 8 inches of snow here in the beggining of October. Stay tuned for the sunrise photo two mornings later.
So much to see and name in this photo. The web version really doesnt do the details justice. Looking into my hometown of Bishop. You can also see from left to right Mt. Haeckle, Darwin, Emerson, Humphreys, Basin, Tom. You can also see the Owens River on the right.
One of the most amazing sunsets I have ever seen. The color and clouds in every direction of the sky this night was out of this world. Here is the famous Sierra Wave over a set of petroglyphs on the Volcanic Tablelands and the Owens Valley.
After a hard day of working on the trail up to Bishop Pass I decided to go up to the top of the pass for sunset.
This photo was taken at about 12,000 feet looking down into the Bishop Creek drainage. The lakes from closest to background are Bishop Lake, Saddlerock Lake, and Long Lake. On the right you can see Chocolate Peak and in the background is Mt. Humphreys and Mt. Tom and in the far background you can see the Glass Mountains.
A storm moving in over the Minarets and Minaret Lake. At sunrise the clouds broke open and illuminated the jagged Minaret Mountains creating one of the most dramatic landscape light I have ever seen. Eastern Sierra, Ca.