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Sun Rise At Union Reservoir
Photo By Brandon Dewey

  • Title: Sun Rise At Union Reservoir
  • State/Province/Region: California
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Stanislaus National Forest
  • Nearest Town: Bear Valley
  • Brief Directions: Bear Valley, CA 1. Head south on Bear Valley Rd toward Quaking Aspen Rd 0.3 mi 2. Turn right at CA-4 W 3.5 mi 3. Turn left at Spicer Meadow Rd 3.0 mi 4. Continue onto Forest Route 7N01 4.9 mi 5. Turn left at Forest Route 7N75 1.8 mi Union Reservoir
  • Notes: Nikon D50 18-55mm at 18 F/22 for 1/15sec
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: While camping by Union Reservoir with my Family, I woke up early one morning to see this beautiful sunrise. I ran back to my tent(5 feet away) and grabed my Camera took this picture.
  • Gear: Nikon D50 with Quantary CP Filter/ QSX 1002XL Tripod
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