Summer in the Sierra (Part 2) + How to Photograph Fireworks

KDickinson Photography - Hat Creek 05Ah yes, summer.  These pictures really make me want to get outside and play.  How about you?

KDickinson Photography - Hat Creek 06 In Part 1, I posted several photos of my favorite spots to celebrate summer in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.  Here are several more…

Camping at the Carson River Hot Springs
Camping at the Carson River Hot Springs

 

Lakes Basin, Graeagle
Lakes Basin, Graeagle
KDickinson Photography - Mt Rose Pano
Looking towards Lake Tahoe from Mt. Rose
Waterfall near Sonora Pass
Waterfall near Sonora Pass
KDickinson Photography - Crater Lake
Hiking down from Crater Lake (near Highway 88)
KDickinson Photography - Obsidian Campground
Obsidian Campground
KDickinson Photography - Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe
KDickinson Photography - Hat Creek 02
Subway Caves Lava Tubes, Lassen National Forest
KDickinson Photography - Hiking in
Hiking in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Silver Saddle Ranch, Carson City
Silver Saddle Ranch, Carson City
KDickinson Photography - Caples Lake
Caples Lake
KDickinson Photography - Kayaks, Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe
Panoramic of Leavitt Meadow from Sonora Pass
Panoramic of Leavitt Meadows from Sonora Pass
KDickinson Photography - Sunset, Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe
Fireworks in Carson City
Fireworks in Carson City
Fireworks Collage
Here are some (not so quick) tips on how to photograph fireworks.

Get outside this summer.  Go camping somewhere away from the crowds, go for a day hike and reward yourself with a beer and a great meal.  Go swimming.  Have a BBQ.  Have fun!

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