November 10 on 10

I just got back from four days in beautiful June Lake. While I wait for my film to be developed, I have some photos from my iPhone.  And just in time for my trip, Mastin Labs released Filmborn, a photo editing app “designed to bridge the history of film photography with its digital future.” I had so much fun playing with this new app in such a beautiful setting.

Our view outside our cabin was stunning.  I couldn’t believe I got to wake up to it each day.

Just a short walk down the block and we were graced with this view.

On one night, we drove up to Mono Lake to watch the sunset. It was glorious.

We also took an afternoon and drove around Mammoth.  It was a cold and cloudy day, but the views and lakes were beautiful.  Seeing the full lakes and snow-capped mountains gave me a little hope for a slight relief from this drought California is experiencing.

We also had some time to walk around the small and quaint town of June Lake.  Fun pubs and good views… it really was heavenly.

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I can’t wait to get my rolls of film back, but until then, I will have to fake it with Filmborn.

To see more stories told in ten images, journey on to Leilani’s beautiful blog and then click on through the blog roll.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. This looks beautiful and what a fabulous view from the cabin!☺

  2. maitepons says:

    Beautiful!! What a great place too.

  3. Kyle Kennelly says:

    Um. Seriously. These are mind blowing. I love them!

  4. Lisa Gordon says:

    My goodness, you had some truly beautiful views!

  5. Jenn says:

    So beautiful Staci. So much of my heart is up in the Sierra’s, especially mammoth. These photos are soulful and lovely.

  6. nessavay says:

    Gorgeous! What a fun trip! I’ve always wanted to spend some time around Mono Lake. My mom lives near there.

  7. Meg says:

    Amazing weekend!

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