The smallest being Heart arch.
And, what I thought the best to photograph, The Eye of Alabama.
The landscape is eye candy in most every direction.
As I mentioned in a previous post, there have been hundreds of movies filmed in the area since the silent movie days. One of the things available for purchase at the museum is a booklet that gives the locations of a number of movie shots. We set out one morning to see how many we could find.
Compare the cracks in the rock.
Compare the rock formations on the right side.
The van is parked under the bridge.
Scene of the wagon wreck. 1500 pairs of moccasins?
Besides movies, there were other interests in the area back in the day.
I wonder if he ever struck it rich.
I would recommend a visit to Lone Pine, and the Alabama Hills, to everyone. It is a beautiful area, backing up to the Eastern Sierra's. The desert landscape, with the mountains so close, is stunning. Mt. Whitney overlooks the entire area.