Despite its beauty, I find Tahoe to be a difficult photographic subject. Part of the problem is its sheer size. It’s difficult to give a sense of scale with Tahoe, which is why, I suspect, more manageable spots or features such as Emerald Bay and Bonsai Rock get substantial photographic attention. But another thing I have found challenging about Tahoe is capturing fall foliage. There is foliage around and near the lake, to be sure, but in seemingly small clusters. I finally resolved this second challenge (and, to some degree, the first) over the weekend when I found this spot. The view is stunning, in my opinion—and the aspens seem to “flow” toward the lake, adding depth/perspective and a “leading lines” element. I hope to return as often as I can in the future….