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N 70 B 10.0K C 5 E Oct 24, 2015 F Oct 24, 2015
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After last weekend's rain out, I had to hold a makeup session for my Intro to Digital Photography class's landscape photography field trip, and since only a couple guys wanted to go, I told them that we should hike down to Junk-Jiggler's Cove instead of Sand Harbor, which has become kind of boring to me. I call it Junk Jiggler's Cove because it's a nude beach in the summer, and I took a hiking date there during my first summer as a Renoite and didn't know that there would be a bunch of dudes around jiggling their junk. Other than that, though, I think it's one of the most scenic coves around the lake as long as the naked dudes aren't there, so I tend to go when the weather becomes cooler.

Tags:   Lake Tahoe Lake junk jiggler's cove sunset Sierra Nevada Sierra Nevada California granite rocks scenic west water blue

N 98 B 3.6K C 42 E Oct 9, 2015 F Oct 10, 2015
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For the weekend of my 41st birthday (10/11/2015), my Mom flew over to Reno from Arkansas, and we've been sightseeing along California's Hwy 395, and our first stop was the iconic tufas of Mono Lake.

Tags:   Mono Lake tufa reflection California lake water great basin saline sunset pink

N 74 B 4.3K C 7 E Nov 26, 2015 F Nov 26, 2015
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Since moving to Reno in 2008, I have only missed one Lake Tahoe sunrise shoot on Thanksgiving Day. Here's one from this year's attempt, and for the first time, I had other photographers with me.

Tags:   Emerald Bay Lake Tahoe lake tahoe California Sierra Nevada Sierra snow winter weather morning clouds

N 48 B 4.0K C 0 E May 14, 2008 F Jan 30, 2014
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This was from the last time that I visited the east side of Pyramid Lake.

Tags:   Pyramid Lake lake pyramid blue water Great Basin tribal sacred

N 66 B 3.7K C 4 E Oct 8, 2016 F Oct 8, 2016
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While organizing books the other night, I found one called, Cave Rock, that I had to read in grad school, and it reminded me that I have never tried to photograph the historic formation on the east shore of lovely Lake Tahoe. It's still sacred to Native Americans, even after having two holes blasted through it for HWY 50. No one will be watching us (hopefully). Why don't we shoot it in the road?... Happy day before Columbus Day, folks; keep on rockin' in the free world!

Tags:   Cave Rock Lake Tahoe Nevada Sierra Nevada Sierra Native American relic sacred long exposure traffic clouds west American West


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