It’s currently 47 degrees and partly cloudy up top. High winds continue to pummel Mt. Le Conte. Yesterday’s high was 53 degrees with an overnight low 46.
Clouds rolled over the mountaintops. Le Conte’s high point was coated in black clouds. Dubious of my sunrise prospects, I made a last minute decision to saunter towards the exposed sky toward Cliff Tops. Braving the wind, I gazed up at the strawberry skies as they hovered above the blueberry earth below.
Walking back towards the lodge, I thought about photo compositions and where I might capture them. Yesterday’s discoveries left me even more excited for snow and clear skies….
Would I see snow before my departure?
“If I have ever made any valuable discoveries, it has been owing more to patient attention, than to any other talent.” – Isaac Newton