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I’m feeling rather “door” lite    weak this week as I was in the Eastern Sierras last week-end and wasn’t focused on doors, and I didn’t photograph any during the week.

However, I did come across a fishing cabin with a green  door and lovely tree reflections in the big window so, I made a quick image of that.

Fishing Cabin in the Eastern Sierras

This cabin and the others in this resort area sit across the road from Misty Fall which is what I was in the area photographing.

Misty Fall South Fork Bishop Crk

It’s a pretty place to go fishin’.

Nikon Df| Nikkor 17-35mm| Delkin Digital Film

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  1. the house against the autumnal mountain is fantastic!

  2. Nice! I was out the way of cabins this week, too, but I didn’t capture too many doors — caught a lot of good sights though, ya know?
    Dig those reflections — Oh how I love a good reflection! 🙂

  3. The last photo of the falls became a huge wow, when I noticed the house in the foreground. It gives a great perspective on the size of the falls.
    … and all the golden trees are pretty awesome too 🙂

  4. Hi -I thought I left a comment – sorry if this is duplicate – but I really love the door – the reflection – and those chairs!
    And the second photo was a nice splash of nature- whoa – nice.

  5. Interesting color! Looks like a beautiful place!

  6. The top shot shows clever vision for composition, Deborah, and the bright vivid foliage in the second shot frames the house and rocks beautifully.

  7. That would be a nice little cabin, even if you don’t fish. I wouldn’t mind spending a few days there. Beautiful fall colors in that lower photo. I love the rocks too.

    • Did you see the fall in those rocks? At that angle you don’t really see the mist blowing off of it, but it’s there. 🙂 One of these years I may have to rent a cabin and stay a few days longer.

      • I saw a wet area of rock. I guessed that that was the fall.

  8. I love that little cabin in the woods. It looks so cosy and inviting.

  9. Wow, stunning Fall landscape – and I can imagine there weren’t many doors around either! Had to smile because this fishing cabin had a similar front door as we had in the past. Don’t feel bad about not being focused – I have that most of the time, lol!

    • Thank you Jesh! I was focused on Fall Colors not doors. 🙂

      That resort would be a great base for a few days of vacation or chasing fall color.

  10. Those colors are amazing Deborah! Love the last photo!

  11. I’m not much of a fisherman but that sure looks like a lovely spot just to hang out for a few days 🙂

  12. Indeed, a good spot for fishing’! And I really admire how you captured the trees reflected in the glass. Just lovely.

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