Wednesday, November 17, 2010

"Golden moment in the Sierra"

If timing is everything, Andrea Ashley hit this one just right. This photo, taken last month on the June Lake Loop off U.S. 395 on the eastern side of the Sierra, almost quakes with color. "I was fortune to be there during the peak time for the aspens," said Ashley, a Hidden Hills resident. "The leaves only last for about two weeks, when they turn brown, and a few days later, [they] fall off. Some years are better than others, and this year was spectacular." She used a Canon Rebel EOS-XTi for this shot.

(Photo from Your Scene -- Los Angeles Times)

No comments: