Sierra Nevada 2018 Calendar
Naturalist John Muir described the excitement of being in the Sierra Nevada by saying, “We are now in the mountains and they are in us, kindling enthusiasm, making every nerve quiver, filling every pore and cell of us.” Muir called the mountains, “The grandest of all special temples of Nature.” The Sierra Nevada 2018 calendar reveals the remarkable landscape that continues to inspire us today.
Published by Tide-mark and photographed by Londie Padelsky, the Sierra Nevada wall calendar opens to 13.75 by 20.5 inches.
Areas featured in the 2018 calendar include:
Rock Creek in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains
Thousand Island Lake below Mount Ritter and Banner Peak
Rainbow Falls is the highest falls on the San Joaquin River, Inyo National Forest, Madera County
Mule’s ears wildflowers and eastern Sierra mountains, Mono County
Spring wildflowers surround oak trees in the southern Sierra
Bristlecone pine and Sierra Nevada mountains, Inyo National Forest
Hexagonal shaped basalt columns at Devils Postpile National Monument, Madera County
A small rock supports a large boulder near a backcountry lake in the John Muir Wilderness
A clearing storm sweeps away from the Sixty Lakes Basin, Kings Canyon National Park
A family of deer family crosses the Merced River in Yosemite National Park
Tufa formations at sunset, Mono Lake, Mono Basin National Forest Scenic Area
Petroglyps mark this stone in the Owens Valley surrounded by the snow-covered eastern Sierra Nevada mountains