Autumn brings a pop of “wow” to the Eastern Sierras.
“Watercolor Magic.” A soft late afternoon cast of light dapples the water like a paintbrush and watercolor palette in this photo of fall colors in the Eastern Sierras.
My perception of falling off a mountain as a kid.
But the kid in me says those rugged Eastern Sierras look like they come to a sharp point on top.
Visualize the rugged and beautiful scenery of fall colors in the Eastern Sierras.
Photographing Eastern Sierra fall colors.
“The world’s big and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark.”–John Muir
Curious about what Bill was shooting? You’ve got it, that eye-popping color streaming down the mountainside. And he captured it stunningly.
Photo by Bill Marson.
The sun is setting, and it’s getting dark.
Will we find more fall colors in the Eastern Sierra tomorrow?
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Ann Newman is a photographer, writer, and creator of Annstracts who brings readers inspiration through her abstract photos. As a former, professionally-trained salesperson, Ann understands that people want to solve problems or accelerate growth for a better future. Exploring the little moments in life with gratitudes gives her art a positive spin. You might find Ann near her home in Phoenix, bent down looking at the tiniest details of a bug, patting any nearby dog, or asking “why” an awful lot.