The eastern side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California
The rugged eastern face of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California act as backdrops to the newer cinder cones and lava fields in the foreground.
Mt. Whitney is the highest peak in the Continental United States.
Mt. Whitney, at 14,505 feet, is the highest peak in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California and in the Continental U.S.
Lone Pine Peak in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
At the base of Lone Pine Peak in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California are the Alabama Hills. They are the perfect contrast between geologically new mountains and very ancient ones.
Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Alabama Hills
The face of the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains
The Sierra Nevada mountains eastern side is rugged. Naked granite cliffs plunge hundreds of feet and are spectacular in the early morning sun.
Convict Lake, Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, California
Early morning reflections sparkled on a cold fall day.
Virgin River Canyon Gorge, Highway 15 between Arizona and Utah
Near Zion National Park, Utah
Zion National Park, Utah