Not entirely sure why this image caught my attention. Simple roadside rock on highway 180 in Kings Canyon. Like the perspective of the smaller rock mirroring the mountain behind it?
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Zumwalt Meadows was also flooded from the Kings River. Would like to go back later in the summer, early fall to view it when the trails are open. Typically you can walk right out along a boardwalk where I took this photo.
Roaring River Falls in Kings Canyon. The Kings River was roaring with the snowpack at 170 percent of its average snowfall still melting. This was a tiny, paved hike to the falls, worth seeing.
Last shot from the quick stop in the National Forest and Hume Lake. Maybe just a reminder to myself, this place is worth to considering if passing through again. Quick access to National Park attractions, restaurant and water recreation. A little community of lake cabins in the middle of Kings Canyon. Back on the road.
Stopped at Hume Lake in Sequoia National Forest to jump on the trail. Nice setting around the lake and the little community has cabin rentals, restaurants, etc. Photo taken on the boat dock for the camp.
Kings Canyon is the deepest canyon in the US. Decided to drive to the roads end and there were several pull-offs to view the mountains. The color image shows the road with better detail, black and white has a better texture for the brutal landscape.