On the east side of Lake Tahoe about halfway between Sand Point and the Highway 50 junction on the east side of Highway 28.
Recently I flew over Lake Tahoe at night on a trip to the Mid-West. It was very disconcerting to see the lake ringed with lights like a city with a big black hole in the middle. But there are many still places left in the Tahoe basin where one can get away from civilization enough for some satisfying photography.
This unnamed meadow is beautiful any time of year. I have taken wonderful shots in the fall of the quakies, spring with reflections from an unnamed pond, and summer in wildflowers. This is the first time I explored in winter and found my secret meadow was just as beautiful. This photo was taken about 100 yards from highway 28.