The Sierra Crest

© Craig D. Minton

The Sierra Crest

Uploaded: April 13, 2012

Description

These rolling hills were once glacial moraines. The trailhead to Parker Lake starts here. ISO 100, f/11, 1/45, 1/180,.1/750 sec, 70-200 2.8L @ 70mm.

Comments

Laura L. Gonzales level-classic April 13, 2012

Just beautiful Craig. Excellent color and clarity! #1456403

Jack Gaskin April 14, 2012

LOVE THE VIEW Gotta get out there ( if gas ever drops)
Glacial Moraines brings back memories of Earth Science Class

Must be a great time to be out and about there

ENJOY THE SPRING
JAck #10089932

Terry Cervi level-classic April 17, 2012

What a beautiful view and capture, Craig! #10096383

Dale Hardin October 25, 2012

No wonder you recognized the location of my pix Craig. Love this country and all up and down the 395. Really enyoying your entire gallery. #10384581

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