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Mammoth Twin Lakes   3 comments

Mammoth Twin Lakes-Edit-2-art-2-72Mammoth Twin Lakes (August 2006) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

In 2006 we spent some time with friends hiking up to several of the Mammoth Mountain lakes.
Twin Lakes is at the lowest connected lakes on Mammoth Mountain
in the eastern Sierra Nevada.

— kenne

Capturing The Moments — Mammoth Lakes Revisited   6 comments

Mammoth Lakes, California — Images by kenne (Click on any images to see slideshow

No man has the right to dictate
what other men should perceive,
create or produce,
but all should be encouraged
to reveal themselves,
their perceptions and emotions,
and to build confidence in the creative spirit.

— Ansel Adams

Window To The Sky, A Magical Mystery World   1 comment

Mammonth-Rock Creek2006-08-06-15 II blogRock Creek Trail To A Series Of Little Lakes In Sierra Nevada– Image by kenne

Chasing Life’s Horizons

Ain’t nothing better

than hiking through

a window in the sky —

the air is fresh,

the sky is blue,

a magical mystery

in a world of horizons

far as the eye can see.

Chased by every hiker,

a vision soon

left behind

only to be replaced

by another

magical mystery.

kenne

Capturing The Moment — Mammoth Lakes Sunrise   Leave a comment

Mammonth2006-08-05-06 Sunrise Art II blogMammoth Lakes Sunrise — Image by kenne

“Today I am richer than I ever dreamed possible,
and it is not through my effort or achievement,
and it is not measured in wealth or possessions,
but it has come through my awakening to what has
always been true and waiting for me to discover.” 

 — Stephen Richards

Stopping for Lunch Along the Trail — Mammoth Lakes Revisited   Leave a comment

Photo: Ken & Joy at Rainbow Falls. (To see additional photos, click here.  )

This posting first appeared, August, 2006.

So much to see, so little time in the eastern Sierra Nevada.  Before leaving the Mammoth Lakes area, Rosalie and Jerry were kind enough to hike with us to the Devils Postpile and Rainbow Falls.  There are many beautiful sights to see from the trail, many of which were first seen from the many Ansel Adams photos taken here.   We stopped for a trail lunch at the base of the falls.

kenne

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