Mother Nature is the artist. I just collect the memories…

The Range of Light

The eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California is often referred to as “The Range of Light”.  There is good reason for this.  Where I live, in Bishop, California, I live in a HUGE valley nestled between the Western Slope of the Inyo/White Moutanins and the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.  I live in the perfect place for clouds and light to come out and play in the mountains together…

Pre-dawn Silouhette

Pre-dawn Silouhette

Good Morning!

Good Morning!

Basin Mt. and Mt. Tom basking in some alpenglow...

Basin Mt. and Mt. Tom basking in some alpenglow...

Waking Mt. Tom--shot in monotone

Waking Mt. Tom--shot in monotone

Into the distance; A Ribbon of Black--shot ion monotone

Into the distance; A Ribbon of Black--shot ion monotone

Once the sun got high enough to be harsh at the Tungsten Hills, we hopped in the car and headed over to Pine Creek Canyon…
Granite Glow

Granite Glow

Portrait in Granite

Portrait in Granite

Colorful Cascade

Colorful Cascade

And of course, while at Pine Creek, I took some shots using the 2X + 4X Prinze Closeup filters…

A very cold fly...

A very cold fly...

At least they don't die alone...

At least they don't die alone...

Season's Change

Season's Change

Thanks for following me!  It was a LOT warmer than I expected it to be this morning, which was nice.  I hate getting up early as it is, but freezing my balls off to do it just sucks…

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One response

  1. This is a great collection of shots. Nice work capturing the light.

    October 18, 2009 at 6:21 pm

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