Color spotter Steve Wolfe reports from the Eastern Sierra that this weekend was glorious, though he worries that wind predicted for tomorrow will strip what little is left in Bishop Creek Canyon.
A mix of color is seen in and around Aspendell and S. Bishop Creek (10/19/14) Steve Wolfe
Steve was at Aspendell today and caught these lovely images. He notes, as Jared Smith did last week, that the area around Aspendell is both at peak and past peak, though on the main road through Aspendell there’s still green among the aspen, meaning that color change will continue to develop for a week or two.
It’s a mix of patchy color with yellow, orange and leafless stands. The color is lasting a week longer than usual. “Even around the tiny burg of South Fork Bishop Creek there are pockets of bright yellow aspen with this photo taken about a mile up the road.” If you’re in the area, GO NOW! As, Monday’s wind will likely strip what color remains.
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