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Thread: Fall in the Eastern Sierras

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    Senior Member judee0624's Avatar
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    Believe it, California has some spectacular Fall scenery too and I don't mean wildfires. We went for a week up Highway 395 which is a National Scenic Byway. I hesitate to share these pictures because all of you might come here and the peace of very few people is a wonderful thing.[img]




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    Quilt in the visitor center at Lone Pine.
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    A little of the fall color can be seen at Lake Sabrina above Bishop at about 8000 feet.
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    Mt. Whitney at 14,497 feet is the highest peak in the lower 48 states.
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    What beautiful country. (I wouldn't want to share either :wink: )

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    Isn't nature beautiful?

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    What a beautiful world we all live in. Wouldn't it be nice to have everyone send a picture from the area where they live or have visited. :-) We would be armchair travelers, quilting as we go :D

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    what a beautiful place and the quilt is nice too i think picture sharing where we live would be fu but mine would be mostly winter now even with the snow leaving the trees have no leaves

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    Beautiful scenery-thanks for sharing.

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    well i live in the desert of west texas and we don't have very many pretty scenic things but i happen to catch this sunrise early one morning.

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    Gorgeous sunrise!

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    what a beautiful sky you live with hidden beauty

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    Quote Originally Posted by dojo36
    well i live in the desert of west texas and we don't have very many pretty scenic things but i happen to catch this sunrise early one morning.
    Beautiful :!: Sunrises and sunsets are some of the prettiest times of the day. And when there are clouds added too they are more than wonderful. A clear blue sky with a few puffy clouds are too. We just have a beautiful world. :D A bare tree against the skyline is awsome too.

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