Mount Whitney and The Alabama Hills at sunrise.
35mm image on Ilford Delta Film
I recently spent two days in the Alabama Hills located by the town of Lone Pine in the Eastern Sierras. It was my first visit there, but it definitely won't be my last. Sometimes there are just no words to describe such a place so beautiful as these hills. Honestly, I could go back right now.
There are incredible massive rock formations that make you feel like the size of an ant in every direction. Elevation is about 5400 ft with Mount Whitney towering in the backdrop at 14,500 ft.
I took pictures from sunrise to sunset those two days. It's really easy to lose track of time when out in such beauty. It was incredibly quiet there. And so many stars at night.
I'm only posting this one image in this post. I think it best embodies the incredible layers of rocks from the valley to Mount Whitney. You can view the other images from this trip at the "new work gallery". All were taken with my trusty 35mm camera on Ilford Delta film.
Hope you all are able to get out and spend sometime in nature with your families during the holiday season.
Thanks for stopping by.