The Sierra Nevada lies in Central and Eastern California, with a very small but historically important spur extending into Nevada. West-to-east, the Sierra Nevada's elevation increases gradually from 1,000 feet (300 m) in the Central Valley to an average height of about 10,500 feet (3,200 m) at its crest only 50–75 miles (80–121 km) to the east. The east slope forms the steep Sierra Escarpment. Unlike its surroundings, the range receives a substantial amount of snowfall and precipitation due to Orthographic lift.
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I have updated my photo site with Spectacular waterfall photos while hiking in Desolation Wilderness last week. Here is the link. https://...
Good morning all. I've added two videos at another undisclosed location. There are two videos as they were too large. Shot 4 hrs of v...
This photo was taken from a bit over 5 miles away. Love mapping programs to see my shooting distances. https://enw.smugmug.com