So here’s where we left last time, at a burned grassland with some partial burned trees
And here’s where we were heading at this point, towards yellow grasslands.
By the time the view changed a lot, so this is how it looked after a while on the road, we’re getting near to Kings Canyon!
We weren’t there yet but we got an idea where we were heading to the view on horizon was changing from hot yellow to cliffy rocks.
When we took a closer look we were able to see that those mountains are different, every single one of them looked different.
In the next few pictures I’d like to give you an idea of what we saw. Keep in mind, those pictures were taken without any filters, just analog 35mm Film in a Minolta Dynax i7000. Also there is no post processing done with those pictures, some had to be rotaded of course.
No Filters needed!
I think this is about when we entered Kings Canyon, which was for me the most exciting, beautiful place to be so far in California.
This is why, it had the most exciting landscapes we saw so far and the best part was. You didn’t even had to get out of your car to take those pictures.
Okay, we stopped at the side of the road, but we did not hike or walk to get these views.
If you take a closer look at this picture you should be able to see a small house on the hillside. Some people have the pleasure of living in the park.
At the end of the Canyon there was this one guy, I’d like to call him John, who went there with his bike pretty impressive as Kings Canyons elevation is ranging from 1,370 feet(417m) to 14,494 feet(4417m) and this picture was taken at one of the lowest spots.
Roaring River falls at the end ofthe canyon, directly accessible via Car.
Like most waterfalls this one would have been more impressive in spring than in fall. According to rumors during spring this one is really roaring and big and water is agressive, while in fall it’s not that impressive. Still a nice place to hang out.