Lundy Lake is formed by one of the many tributaries that originally feed into the Mono Lake. It was damed in 1911. We first went further upstream to photograph the pond formed by a beaver dam. In the first two pictures, you can see the perfect blue sky reflected from the pond filled with trees fallen by the beavers.
The main purpose for us coming to the lake is to photograph the Fall Colors. Unlike the Northeast, the Fall Colors of the Sierra Mountain is mostly yellow. This tree at the bank of the lake was showing off its Fall Color at its best.
Here we were looking toward the west from the dam with view of the whole lake and the Sierra Mountain at the back drop. The lake is famous for trout fishing.
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