CalPhoto – Where Photographers Blog Fall Color

Photographer Carol Leigh is again publishing  fall color reports from California photographers on her superb blog,   Yesterday, Jason B. reported, “I headed to the east side today for my 4-day fall color trip. Here is what I saw along the way from Sacramento to Bishop via Carson and Monitor Passes and 395:

  • Caples Lake: Some gold, but still light green. I plan on stopping here on the way back on Monday.
  • Hope Valley: Mainly light green, but some yellow here and there. More yellow and some orange around Sorensen’s.
  • Monitor Pass: The big groves at the top are about a third green, a third yellow, and a third orange. It’s a very pretty view.
  • Conway Summit/Dunderberg Meadow: The view from 395 has green, yellow, and some orange. The groves along Dunderberg Meadow Rd are pretty but the wind was doing a number on the trees today.
  • June Lake Loop: Very green. A little bit of yellow along the road, but most of the color is higher up the slopes.
  • Bishop Creek: Lots of nice color from above Aspendell to Lake Sabrina. Didn’t have time to check out North/South Lakes but will do so tomorrow.”
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