Posts Tagged ‘Infrared’

Lovell Canyon

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Lovell Canyon


Sunset

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Sunset at Anniversary Narrows in infrared


Dried Mud

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Dried Mud photographed in infrared at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.


Pacific Coast Waves

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Pacific Coast Waves in Infrared

Pacific Coast Waves in Infrared


Lovell Canyon

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Lovell Canyon in Infrared


Pacific Coast Rock

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Pacific Coast Rock in Infrared

Pacific Coast Rock in Infrared


Ripples

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Lovell Canyon Nevada in infrared at sunrise.

Lovell Canyon Nevada in infrared at sunrise.


Rock in the Grass

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Rock in grass in northern California

Rock in grass in northern California


Lovell Canyon at First Light

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Lovell Canyon as the first light of dawn skims across a ridgeline.

Lovell Canyon as the first light of dawn skims across a ridgeline.


Mountainside in IR in Big Sur

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The side of moutain at Pfieffer Big Sur in California.  Photographed in infrared.

The side of moutain at Pfieffer Big Sur in California. Photographed in infrared.


Lovell Canyon in Infrared

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Lovell Canyon in Infrared

Lovell Canyon in Infrared


Leaves and Branches

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Leaves and Branches in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park in California

Leaves and Branches in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park in California


The Wedding of Julianne Ewry & Damien McAnany, First Dance

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The Wedding of Julianne Ewry & Damien McAnany, First Dance

The Wedding of Julianne Ewry & Damien McAnany, First Dance


5 Trees in Yosemite

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5 Trees in Yosemite

5 Trees in Yosemite


Lovell Canyon in Infrared

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Lovell Canyon Peak in Infrared

Lovell Canyon Peak in Infrared


The Wedding of Julianne Ewry & Damien McAnany

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The Wedding of Julianne Ewry & Damien McAnany, procession to the ceremony site

The Wedding of Julianne Ewry & Damien McAnany, procession to the ceremony site


Lovell Canyon Rolling Hills in Infrared

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Lovell Canyon Rolling Hills in Infrared


Death Valley

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Death Valley in Infrared


Lovell Canyon at Sunrise in Infrared

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Lovell Canyon Ridge at Sunrise in Infrared


Lovell Canyon, Don’t Ya Just Want to Be Here?

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This is Lovell Canyon, it’s about 45 minutes out of Las Vegas.  This is a hard one to find a link for directions and info, so I’m going to give you a rough idea for those who end up here looking to go to Lovell Canyon.

First and foremost, there ain’t a ton of hiking here, yet.  I’ve only found one real trail head, but they’re expanding the trail system.  At least that’s what the 11 Americorp workers told me while walking by me with digging equipment on a day that was going to get to over a 100.  They recently added a hike to a spring, the name of which I’ve currently forgotten and they were working on expanding another trail.  The hitch here is that to even get to these trail heads required a 2 mile hike to start with, each way.

The current trail is a beautiful walk though through a pine-juniper forest.  It’s well worth the effort in and of itself.  It’s an in and out hike.  No loop, not yet, we’ll see in the future.  I’ve also never found a map of the trails in this area.

To get to Lovell Canyon drive over the hump to Pahrump, also known as take SR 160/Blue Diamond Road.  After you get over the pass watch for the next turnout on the right, it’ll be a few miles but is well labelled.  Turn down this road and just keep driving, after 11 miles the road will turn to gravel, turn left, go a 1/4 mile and park.  You’re good to go.

Happy hiking.