Lake Tahoe is famous for its brilliant blue and green hues. During autumn, everything shines just a bit brighter when the colors of the Sierra seem to come to life. Gold, red and orange illuminate the forests and photographers enjoy the extra special treat of capturing the foliage of the season.
Michael Eadington is a fine art landscape photographer whose photos express the natural vibrancy of the Lake Tahoe basin. Autumn Color Reflected in the Twilight displays the infamous fiery red-orange color of the quaking aspens during the final moments of light of the day. When he isn’t taking photos, he’s busy at the Eadington Galleries located in Tahoe City and South Lake Tahoe. theeadingtongallery.com
Dylan Warren is local photographer that truly has an eye for texture. His images put you in the perspective of actually being in the scene and will give you a sensation to reach out and touch it. This photo was taken in an area with forests painted in gold during the fall season, and it gives the viewpoint of wandering around the spectacular scenes of Hope Valley firsthand. You can find more of his work at the Benko Art Gallery in South Lake Tahoe. @DylanWarrenPhotography
Jon Paul has been capturing photos professionally in Lake Tahoe for the past two decades and highlights the beauty of the area on large format film using a traditional bellows camera. His photo Echo Falls is a result of six years of patience and really shares the rare elegance Mother Nature beholds. Jon also creates EBooks for others who share a passion for taking photos taking you on a photographic journey to some amazing photo ops around Lake Tahoe. You can find his work online or in Marcus Ashley Gallery in South Lake Tahoe. jonpaulgallery.com
Take this time to explore the tranquil, vivid and properly lit landscapes of the Reno/Tahoe area. You just might capture a little glimmer of the great outdoors for yourself!
By: Mikaila Bird