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Fall In Owens Valley, California
Photo By Bruce Wendler

  • Title: Fall In Owens Valley, California
  • State/Province/Region: California
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Owens Valley
  • Nearest Town: Bishop
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Owens Valley is a simi-arid sand plain except around the Owens River that flows South before being sucked almost dry by the Los Angeles Aqueduct system. In the spring, wild flowers can bloom but the high brush makes carpet shots difficult. The fall can bring out the colors also, especially if the sky is adding color to the pale plants.
  • Gear: Olympus E310 on Slik Tripod w/800 ballhead
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Keywords:  GrassLandscapesNatureSeasons
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    Re: Ice!

    Posted on Sunday 1 February, 2015 by Kevin King.

    Thanks very much Mike.

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    Re: Ice!

    Posted on Sunday 1 February, 2015 by Mike Dawson.

    Beautiful Shot Kevin!

  • Re: Big Sky Over The Owens Valley

    Re: Big Sky Over The Owens Valley

    Posted on Friday 30 January, 2015 by Laura Zirino.

    Thanks Alena! I'm looking forward to seeing your photos when you return.

  • Re: Big Sky Over The Owens Valley

    Re: Big Sky Over The Owens Valley

    Posted on Thursday 29 January, 2015 by Alena Nicholas.

    Another wonderful image of Owens Valley Laura! I'll be heading through the area tomorrow on my way up to June Lake and the like for quick photo trip. Hoping for a bit of snow!

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    Posted on Wednesday 28 January, 2015 by Bruce Palme.

    Wonderful image Margaret! It is great that he is looking straight towards the camera.