Lake Tahoe

If I could handle the long cold winters this place would be just about perfect in every way. First there is an infinite amount of photo op’s secondly there is great restaurants and quite possibly the best damn burger this side of the milky way at Fat Burger, I don’t know what they do it just a burger that just that damn good and lastly is not that crowded like the cities.

Well after all that and a beer called Alaskan Summer Ale I went out for a shoot tonight, managed not to run into any Bears or Coyotes just lots of what seem to be either Geese or Marsh Bird, either way they are cool and are kinda nosey to what one is up to much like dogs, oh yeah there’s also a cool dog store here so my Roxy will be getting a present on my return. Ended up scouting Saturday nights location with Leon (damn thats go to make my calfs burn and lungs feel like they are on fire with the hike we are going to have to do) after the scouting mission decided to head to a couple of spots I have in mind from last years visit. I managed to hit 3 locations (twilight lasts around 45min in Tahoe) Below is a single image (of a 5 image future stitch) looking over the lake from near where we have to hike down on Saturday night taken around 30mins before sunset. No processing as no CS3 just Mac’s Iphoto which is pretty damn useless.

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About Neal Pritchard

TImeless landscape photography prints by Neal Pritchard
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One Response to Lake Tahoe

  1. dylanfox says:

    I can’t wait to see your shots! Looking very promising by the looks of things!

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