Camera and Lens: Bronica SQ-Ai, Zenzanon PS 150mm f/4
Film stock: Ilford HP5+
Developer: Ilfotec HC
On my way to the Bristlecone Grove and already on top of the White Mountains in Eastern California, I ran across this view.
All these mountains you can see on this image, including the one I was on, are at least 10,000 feet high. In the foreground, the White Mountains. In the background, the Sierra Nevada. In between, the Owens Valley. This valley is 6,000 feet lower, making it one of the deepest in the US.
Here I tried to capture the contrast between the two mountain ranges and hint the existence of the valley in between them.
From up here and looking west, you can see most of the Sierra Nevada. Turn around to the east and you can see parts of Death Valley. The highest mountains and the lowest point in the continental US, all in an amazing 360 view.
I lost count of how many times I've said it, but this is one of my favorite areas in the US and one of the most beautiful landscapes I've seen.