Eastern Sierras 35mm Film

Hey Guys πŸ™‚

December is flying by! We are so excited for the new year and all the new goals we hope to accomplish in 2018 πŸ™‚ What are you most looking forward to in the new year? We would love to know in the comments! Today we have our last bit of content to share with you from our Eastern Sierras road trip..our film photos! The film we have been loving lately, and was used in these photos is Porta 400, great for outdoor photography πŸ˜‰ We hope you are having a wonderful day and a fun/busy last month of the year!

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Courtney’s pink peace hat.
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Mono Lake after the sun had risen.
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Mono Lake has many salt deposits that protrude toward the sky, as the sun was rising it made for a gorgeous photo.
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Close up shot on a salt deposit.
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The Sierras in the background made for a iconic scene.
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The stillness from this picture takes me back to witnessing the beauty all around.
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Mono Lake really feels like an art exhibit.
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Pre sunset at Olmstead Point, in Yosemite.
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Courtney posing with Half Dome.
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The most beautiful time of day, captured on the face of Half Dome, it was quite a sight in real life.
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On the road again.
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Secretly took this picture of Scott πŸ™‚
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Scott enjoying the fresh air.
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Climbing this rock slab was spontaneous and made for a good spot for photos and filming.
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A giant rock where Tuolomne Meadows is.
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A western themed kind of picture of Courtney.
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Devil’s Postpile National Forest was a great adventure for our late outing in Mammoth Lakes.
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Courtney posing with Rainbow Falls.
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Rainbow Falls
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Another shot of Rainbow Falls.
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Scott in the middle of a meadow up in Rock Creek Canyon.
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Exploring Rock Creek Canyon gave us insight on just how many lakes there are back in the mountains.
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This was the last lake to view on the road.
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Sunset at the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forrest
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Attempted to take a photo of the moon..
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The plants on top of the Bristlecone Forest were dry and brittle like the ones pictured.
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The view from ontop of the Ancient Bristlecone Forest.
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Pit stop at Alabama Hills!
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Purpz enjoying some Howlite while viewing Alabama Hills.

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