Photographs from the Photography on the Run post: Autumn on the Kenyon Devore Trail
The start of the Rim Trail near the top of Mt. Wilson.
Strawberry Peak from the Rim Trail.
Lynn running down the Rim Trail.
One of the telescopes in Georgia State University’s six-telescope CHARA optical/infrared interferometric array on Mt. Wilson.
CHARA image of Altair from a University of Michigan News Release that accompanied the publication of the paper “Imaging the Surface of Altair” by Monnier et al., 2007, Science.
Vista Point on the Rim Trail.
Above the canyon of the West Fork on the Rim Trail.
Rim Trail between Mt. Wilson and Newcomb Pass. From May 2017.
Gabrielino Trail at Devore Camp.
There was still a little water in the West Fork San Gabriel River.
Can you guess the reason they are called mule deer?
Bigleaf Maple along the Gabrielino Trail.
"The Pipe" along the Gabrielino Trail at West Fork Camp. From a run in June.
In 2012 the Gabrielino Trail between West Fork and the Kenyon Devore Trail was lined with Poodledog Bush. I didn't see any on this stretch today.
Autumn on the Kenyon Devore Trail. The fallen leaves are Bigleaf maple.
Bigcone Douglas fir along the Kenyon Devore Trail.
Sugar pine on the left and a bigcone Douglas-fir on the right.
The route of the trail depicted in the USGS 1939 Mt. Wilson Quadrangle is essentially the same as the Rim Trail today.
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