Home > California > California PDF FILES >

081 - Photographing the High Sierra, California (PDF)
Photograph America Newsletter on Photographing the High Sierra, California
 
High Sierra locations that are easily accessible are what most photographers want when looking for dramatic mountain landscapes, spring alpine wildflowers, clear mountain lakes, and aspen-covered slopes, painted a bright yellow in autumn. You will learn of short and easy treks from trailheads that can be reached by paved roads climbing ten-thousand feet into the Sierra. If you've always wanted to photograph a sunset reflected in a Sierra lake, here are the places you should visit.
Price $8.00

Description
 
PDF File via download
Updated - April 2014
High Sierra locations that are easily accessible are what most photographers want when looking for dramatic mountain landscapes, spring alpine wildflowers, clear mountain lakes, and aspen-covered slopes, painted a bright yellow in the autumn. Photograph sunsets reflected in Sierra lakes.
No shipping or handling charges. No CA sales tax.
Locations
  • Cascade Lake
  • Dana Peak
  • Ellery Cirque
  • Great Sierra Consolidated Silver Company Mine
  • Greenstone Lake
  • Excelsior Lake
  • Helen Lake
  • Hummingbird Lake
  • Lee Vining Canyon
  • Long Lake
  • Mack Lake
  • Mono Pass Trail
  • Nunatak Nature Trail
  • Old Tioga Road
  • Olmsted Point
  • Saddlebag Lake
  • Steelhead Lake
  • Tenaya Canyon
  • Tenaya Lake
  • Tioga Peak
  • Tuolumne Meadows
  • Twenty Lakes Basin
  • Waterwheel Falls
  • Yosemite Creek