John Muir Trail: Forms and Shapes

1 Sep


Just finished a 221 mile through hike of the John Muir Trail. An intense, purging and beautiful experience to say the least, but images may help convey my thoughts better than words. Putting together a few sets with some captions below where appropriate.  I’ll post more over the next few weeks.

The first set focuses on forms and shapes.


Glen Pass. Note hiker for scale.


Plutons, Tarn



Log Bridge



Bridge, dying trees




Alligator Lizard on Bear Creek Ridge




Unknown mountain



Muir Pass


A balancing act


Grouse Meadow Trees


A peak near Lake Victoria



Looking North towards Pinchot Pass



Cloud over Hitchcock Mt.


King's Canyon


Self Portrait below Whitney









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