July In The Eastern Sierras Part I

Despite lava-like mud flows across I-14 trying to keep us from getting back home we made it last night in one piece, and even got to enjoy a late afternoon thunderstorm.  Two batches of pictures for you, the first is mostly from the incredible Ancient Bristelcone Pine forest, which features trees over 4,000 years old.  Mixed in some lovely blooms from Days 1 and 3 at Lee Vining Creek and Parker Lake respectively.  Next week we get the always-stunning Lundy Canyon.  Enjoy the rain.

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One Response to July In The Eastern Sierras Part I

  1. Robert says:

    Beautiful Ron! Thanks for posting!

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