It’s fascinating to receive packages of images from photographers who see places through a consistent lens. Such is the case of this set from Jen Miyara whose visits to three Eastern Sierra locations resulted in similar color palates and interpretations.
They certainly were influenced by the camera, lighting, processing and the photographer, though the look is undoubtedly consistent.
Jen reports that South Lake is at Peak. The desperate aspen surviving along its parched shore are aflame in orange. Jen’s images are lovely though she reports with open humility, “the pics do not do the scenery justice.”
The North Lake area of Bishop Creek Canyon is also at Peak and should be beautiful this weekend.
Jen found McGee Creek to be, “Patchy 10-50%, along the creek (mainly green) with the canyon walls more yellow. As it began to darken, clouds started rolling in.”
South Lake, Bishop Creek Canyon (9,768′) – Peak (75 – 100%) GO NOW!
S. Fork Bishop Creek Canyon (9,000′) – Near Peak (50 – 75%) GO NOW!
S. Fork Bishop Creek Canyon (8,500′) – Patchy (10 – 50%)
North Lake, Bishop Creek Canyon (9,000′) – Near Peak (50 – 75%) GO NOW!
Groves Above Cardinal Village (8,550′) – Near Peak (50-75%) GO NOW!