Another View of the Sierras from Bishop

This photo is a view of the Sierras with rabbit brush in the foreground. This photo was taken from Bishop, California.

The Sierras with a Foreground of Rabbit Brush

Here is another photo of the Sierras from Bishop.  It was taken at the same spot, but a short time after the image in the previous post.  The light has changed a bit and I’ve gone from a wide angle perspective (32mm) to a short telephoto perspective (70mm).  I tried other focal lengths, such as 85mm and 105mm, and they placed more emphasis on the size of the mountains.  I also didn’t like the fact that the trees were emphasized too much at those higher focal lengths.   The previous photo gave greater emphasis to the rabbit brush foreground.  I was a bit taken by the rabbit brush when I was shooting, but I think I like this image the most.   The foreground, midground and background seem more balanced.


About Jim Coda

I am a nature photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I specialize in photos of birds, mammals, and landscapes.
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2 Responses to Another View of the Sierras from Bishop

  1. Linda says:

    Beautiful, Jim!!!

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