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Cattails (typha), Mono Lake County Park (10/25/13) Aki Yamakawa

Cattails, Mono Lake County Park (10/21/13) Aki Yamakawa

Color spotter Aki Yamakawa sends us a Flickr file of photos taken last weekend in the Eastern Sierra.  Aki-san says he often rides his sport bike to the Eastern Sierra in autumn to photograph the fall color.  This weekend is likely the last big one to see the color change at that elevation.  CLICK HERE to see Aki-san’s photos.


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  1. Daniel Rosenthal says:

    Los Angeles Mountain ranges (over 1500′)

    1. Angeles National Forest: the San Gabriel Mountains
    North of Pasadena and the San Gabriel Valley. Highest point: 10064′
    Snow and ice in winter.
    2. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area: this mountain range
    goes right through the middle of Los Angeles, and cuts the city in two sections;
    the L.A. Basin and the San Fernando Valley. Highest point: 3111′
    3. Santa Susanta Mountains: north of the San Fernando Valley. 3747′
    4. Verdugo Mountains and San Rafael Hills: two short cross ranges connecting
    the San Gabriel Mountains and Santa Monica Mountains, and separating the
    San Fernando Valley from the San Gabriel Valley. 3126′ and 1889′ respectively
    5. Simi Hills: an old mountain range worn down to bedrock; popular with rock
    climbers; a shrt cros range connecting the Santa Monica and Santa Susana
    mountains. 2403′.

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