Sierra Nevada 2021 Wall Calendar

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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 calendar reveals the remarkable landscape that continues to inspire us today.

Sierra Nevada 2021 monthly wall calendar features: Large blocks for notes | Beautiful reproduction | Quality heavy-weight paper | Deluxe 11- by 14-inch size

• Fresh snow on the sages and the Eastern Sierra Mountains, Inyo National Forest

Giant Sequoia Trees, Sequoia National Park, on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada

Eastern Sierra mountains, reflection in the Mammoth Lakes Basin

Nevada Falls, Yosemite National Park

Spring runoff, Rock Creek, Inyo National Forest

Sunset over the Upper Kern Basin, High Sierra Nevada Wilderness, Sequoia National Park

Rose Lake on the west side of the High Sierra Nevada, John Muir Wilderness

From the west side of the Sierra, a view of Mount Whitney from Crabtree Meadow, Sequoia National Park

Storm brewing over Bubbs Creek Canyon, Kings Canyon National Park

Fall colored aspen leaves swirling in the stream, Inyo National Forest

Autumn aspen grove in the Toiyabe National Forest, Mono County

Rime ice coats the pine trees at Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort

About the Eastern Sierra

Extending some 400 miles north to south, the Eastern Sierra mountain range includes some of
America’s most remarkable landscapes. Lying mostly in California with a small portion
in Nevada, the Sierra Nevada is home to three national parks: Yosemite, Sequoia, and
Kings Canyon; 20 wilderness areas; and two monuments. Other notable Sierra features
include Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in North America, and 14,505-foot
Mount Whitney, the highest point in the contiguous United States.

 About the Photographer

A resident of the Eastern Sierra since 1982, Londie has explored and photographed the Sierra Nevada backcountry by foot and on horseback for weeks at a time. On one such adventure Londie led a photo expedition, along with a cowboy packer leading five mules carrying camera equipment and household essentials. For two months they rode more than 250 miles across the rugged Sierra Nevada on the John Muir Trail.In addition to photographs from the Sierra Nevada, Londie is recognized for a variety of subjects photographed throughout the United States and abroad. Her images have appeared in national magazines, books, and in hundreds of calendars.



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