Pulling off the main road, followed signs to an entrance to the Tahoe National Forest and with a small walk... this is what we saw ! A small but gorgeous lake ! Its like as if when we turned the corner on the trail a giant neon sign was flashing " didn't expect to find me did you ?" We were amazed with it, the peacefulness felt in the air, and just sheer beauty. Weather was cool crisp air but with bright sunshine on our backs.
Mother nature just amazes me, and when you least expect it - it gives you this !!
Off hwy on north eastern side of Lake Tahoe
And yet another spot more on the North side of Lake Tahoe
I think Mr Seagull just was jealous and wanted to know why all the geese and ducks were getting all the attention. Unfortunately, the previous frame with him in full flight about 2 feet above the rock in full wingspan was not in proper focus, nor was I prepared to put it in focus. It would have been an awesome shot if it had happened.
Okay so I have had people tell me my "eye" is unique. That I shoot with "weird" or the look on their face says ... "hummm ooookay" angles ... And yes I will have to agree. I guess the saying "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" is true. I'm sure the normal population would not have looked at this and instantly thought " wow a mother nature made frame " . I guess my perception or eye keeps me who I am - so i wont complain : )
See! framed my husbands beautiful face !!! He even gave me a weird look when I asked him to climb over there and look back at me through the rocks. He said " huh?"....But then after the shot and he saw it - he loved it !
More rock formations - Just wanted to show you the size of these puppies. Thats the tip top of the formation. ( kind of looks like a tip of the finger - as if the rocks finger was cut )
And heres yet another... hummm okkaayyy moments. As we are walking along the white sand beach headed back to the car to continue our travels.. I stopped and took several ( ok alot) of shot of this old stump. Hubby says. "how many pictures can you take of an old stump?" I see the stump and see history, character, life once living, and life that has been lost. Everything has a story - not just humans.