Photos and commentary from Frances Freyberg's year traveling the world
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
John Muir Trail - Day 3, California, U.S.A. (August 27, 2008)
Day 3: Garnet Lake to Reds Meadow (approximately 13.5 miles)
The still waters of Garnet Lake reflect Mt. Ritter and Banner Peak in the early morning light. If it looks slightly chilly in this photo, that's because it was: we woke up with frost on our sleeping bags!
A large western juniper tree along the trail
Shadow Creek winds its way through a granite canyon
Peaceful Rosalie Lake would be a wonderful place to camp for a few nights
Erin crosses a log bridge near Devil's Postpile National Monument
Devil's Postpile National Monument; the 60-foot hexagonal columns were formed less than 100,000 years ago, following an eruption of basaltic magma
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