On Saturday, We tried to go up Bishop Basin and shoot the fall colors again but there were so many people up there that we didn’t even take a picture.
So the next day we decided to escape the crowds and head down to the Owens River and the other side of the Owens Valley. We only saw a few other people out there all afternoon: a few fisherman on the bridge, two cars doing what we were doing, and our friend Murray riding his bike. That’s it.
We were free to take a shot in any direction at any time without worrying about cars and people everywhere. It isn’t that we don’t love to see the traffic. That’s out biggest community business, but there’s always a place to go. That’s for sure.
We went out Line Street, hit the river and headed south. The willows and cottonwoods are just starting to turn colors out there and they really stand out against the Sierra foothills as the shadows creep in.
It was a great afternoon with Penny and Roma-we got out and enjoyed it just before the temperature dropped a bit early this week. Now it looks like the warm weather is back to stay for a few days. We’ll be out to find something new so watch out!