Seemed to be the only pine species along most of Bishop Pass Trail
Very common above 9000' along Bishop Pass Trail. My guidebook seems to suggest Lemmon's willow, but I don't know a damn thing about Salicaceae!
MF Bishop Creek, Inyo County, California. Between Midnight Lake and Dingleberry Lake.
Brook Trout from Ruwau Lake, Inyo County, California.
Golden Trout from Summit Lake, Fresno County, California.
Yellow legged frog?
Lots of this at this location
Beautiful field of them
one of the best finds when I hiked the JMT and yes this is back in the day of film cameras
South Lake, above Bishop, Ca. at 8500 feet in May at 40 degrees
Look in the top flower and you'll see a bee's butt.
Tracks found in the snow on a ridge well above Sabrina Lake, CA.
On October 4, 2013, the XplorMor team was hiking Big Pine Canyon, Inyo National Forest, California, USA when we saw a Wooly Bear caterpillar.
Timberline Tarns live up to their name. The tree line ends just above them. The photo detail shows one of the highest stands of pines in the area, just over 11,000 feet. The absolute highest are probably on the shores of Bishop Lake a little further upstream.