We've been chasing sunsets all summer long and haven't been finding much luck. On our first day at Lake Tahoe, we went to the San Harbor overlook point to try to catch it. Alas, the clouds rolled in just as the sun was setting. But it turns out that there are no bad sunsets. Even when it's not perfect, it's still magical.
These giant rock formations are something else. I've never seen anything like it and I haven't been able to find an explanation of how they formed and congregated at San Harbor. If anyone knows the background, please send it my way. I'd love to read it.
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Photos in today's story were taken by Dr. Ricci Sylla, an ObGyn by profession and avid, snap-happy photographer at all other times. She likes taking pictures mostly of food, but since the recent population explosion in her family, cute nieces and nephews show up much more frequently in her Picasa files. She hearts cake, ice cream, macarons, cotton candy and fancy desserts!
San Harbor Overlook
Incline Village, NV 89451