Eastern Sierra Wildflowers

Copyright ©Mike Bohlander
Photo courtesy ©Mike Bohlander

California’s wildflower season just keeps getting better and better. Some of the burn areas in Eastern Sierra are carpeted in gold flowers and you can see poppies, lupine and other wildflowers at the base of the Sierra.

Mike’s “Wispy Sierra Sunset” shot was taken over the past weekend. I had driven past the scene in the middle of the day a week prior (see photo below)

You can see Mike’s photo here on Flickr.

Directions – After you pass the small town of Independence heading north turn left on Black Rock Springs rd until you get to old 395. You can see it all there. The fiddlenecks are abundant along 395 and should be beginning to bloom very soon if not yet!

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4 Responses to “Eastern Sierra Wildflowers”

  1. Steve Sieren Says:

    Sorry about the extra emails everyone, I was having some issues uploading the post directly from flickr.

  2. Richard Wong Says:

    Great shot Steve. This looks similar to one I commented on NPN a few days ago though I don’t recall it being yours.

  3. Steve Sieren Says:

    You’re right Richard, Mike is a friend of mine that headed up to photograph the wildflowers after I got and he was kind enough to share the image. The last is mine but Mike is just making me look bad.

  4. Dharshan Says:

    Great shot! Love the different layers of colors

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