High Sierra Photo Set Part 2

Just part of the expanse that is the Wood's Lakes Basin

Just part of the expanse that is the Wood's Lakes Basin

Late season snow on the slopes

Late season snow on the slopes

Lakes of all sizes in the basin

Lakes of all sizes in the basin

More lakes on the western end

More lakes on the western end

Mount Cedric Wislon.  Not to be confused with Cedric the Entertainer

Mount Cedric Wislon. Not to be confused with Cedric the Entertainer

Little lakes high up on a hill above our lake

Little lakes high up on a hill above our lake

Our campsite is at the bottom.  You can see our little lake

Our campsite is at the bottom. You can see our little lake

The highest, and most remote lake in the Wood's Lake Basin.

The highest, and most remote lake in the Wood's Lake Basin.

Awesome looking lake.  The wind was too much.

Awesome looking lake. The wind was too much.

Desolate, but beautiful.

Desolate, but beautiful.

Some lakes dry up, and leave a green meadow.

Some lakes dry up, and leave a green meadow.

Dude attempt to lead us out of the basin.  The fun begins.

Dude attempts to lead us out of the basin. The fun begins.

Lots of little lakes everywhere!

Lots of little lakes everywhere!

So many lakes!

So many lakes!

The Big Lake.  Picture taken from our new campsite.

The Big Lake. Picture taken from our new campsite.

Pinchot Peak, and Pinchot pass to the left.

Pinchot Peak, and Pinchot pass to the left.

Looking opposite of Pinchot, and down in that "U" is the Muir Trail

Looking opposite of Pinchot, and down in that "U" is the Muir Trail

Those Forrest Service guys were not messing around!

Those Forrest Service guys were not messing around!

Another dried out lake in the basin

Another dried out lake in the basin

Sawmill Pass

Sawmill Pass

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