Best Pictures of 2014

Clevenger Canyon

I got in a lot of hiking this year, which means I also got in a ton of photography. Out of the nearly 10,000 pictures I took this year, these are the ones I enjoyed the most.

Aspen leaves in October
Aspens on the Big Pine Creek Trail
Jeffrey Pine at Beetle Rock, Sequoia National Park
Second Big Pine Lake
Big Pine Lake Trail
Bigleaf Maples in Santa Anita Canyon
Unknown Bird at the Santa Margarita River
Black Oak Flowers in April
Canyon Sin Nombre
Circle Meadow, Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park
Cold Springs Nature Trail, Mineral King, Sequoia National Park
Sierra Columbine
Lower Doane Valley, Palomar Mountain State Park
Dragonfly at Cedar Creek Falls
Jeffrey Pine, East Mesa, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
El Cajon Mountain
Sunrise from Mt. San Gorgonio

 

Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park
Great Western Divide from the High Sierra Trail
First Steps on the High Sierra Trail
Glider from Hot Springs Mountain
Sun Setting through Jeffrey Pines on the pacific Crest Trail
Dusk from Limber Pine Bench
Little Lakes Valley
Fall Color at McGee Creek Canyon
Moraine Lake, Sequoia National Park
Mule Deer on the High Sierra Trail
Golden Hour on the Pacific Crest Trail
Sunset from the Pacific Crest Trail
Lakes Basin from Alta Peak, Sequoia National Park
Penasquitos Creek on a Warm Spring Afternoon
Sunrise from Pinyon Ridge, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
Misty Ponderosa Pine, Palomar Mountain State Park
Precipice Lake, Sequoia National Park
Ranger Falls, Mt. Rainier National Park
Rime Ice, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Sunset from Mt. San Jacinto
My Friend Taylor at San Mateo Canyon
Fallen Foliage, Santa Anita Canyon
Squirrel on the Soapstone Grade Trail, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Sunlight Filtering through the Chaparral, Daley Ranch
Stellars Jay, Kings Canyon National Park
Valhalla, Sequoia National Park
Vidette Mountain and the Kearsarge Pinnacles, Kings Canyon National Park
Post-Storm on the Weir Trail, Palomar Mountain State Park
Western Juniper, Mineral King, Sequoia National Park
The Wonderland of Rocks, Joshua Tree National Park
Still Life, Wooded Hill, Laguna Mountains

 

Santa Rosa Plateau, Vernal Pools, 1

 

Santa Rosa Plateau, Vernal Pool 2

 

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