Hi everyone! Once again, I've been neglecting you (this may or may not be be the most consistent sentiment shared among bloggers all around the world, haha), but I swear it's for good reasons: lots of work ($$), and lots of Me Time, the latter of which I fully intend to write more about soon. However, until this week finishes up, I still don't have a lot of time, so I thought I'd just quickly share some photos from a trip I took by myself last weekend, up north to June Lake in the Eastern Sierras. I was in search of fall colors, and oh my, did the mountains deliver.
These are my favorite shots from my first day up there, and there are many more to come. The way the yellows and oranges popped against the pine-and-snow-covered mountains was ridiculous. I don't like to use the word epic, but I can't think of a better word to describe the beauty of the area. Toby and I are actually headed back up there again this weekend; he's been in NYC for the past nine days, and I'm looking forward to spending some quality time with him away from the city.
I've been sharing some of these photos on my Tumblr, and a few of them have also been posted on the California Fall Color blog, which I found a couple of weeks ago and quickly became obsessed with. Many thanks to John for all of the wonderful work he does, tracking the color as it peaks and proving that autumn happens in California too; it just makes you work a little harder to find it.