Sierra de la Laguna Collection
Landscapes from a hike up to Sierra de la Laguna, the highest peak of Baja California Sur.
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During our ascent from San Dionisio, we were blessed with a beautiful cloud-diffused light. The silhouette of the landscape against the beautiful cloudy sky was one of my favorite photos of the first day.
Poza de Pepe is a camping spot next to a really cool creek where people usually camp on their way up. You can find a good firepit, refill your water, setup tent on flat ground and swim in a cool natural pool.
People often ride horses from the rancherias at the base of the mountain to make their way up. The cowboys who serve as guides for these people let their horses enjoy some free time once they setup camp in the valley.
About to reach the top of the Mountain, surrounded by the fog born from the mixture of the dew that evaporated throughout the day and the cool temperatures of the coming evening. Mix that with a sunset and the shadows of the mountains and you get these magnificent landscapes.
A friend and I fell a little bit behind of the group due to the weight of our bags, but made it just in time to get an amazing view of El Picacho with some of our friends already on top of it. With the fog surrounding it and the sunset light bringing out the texture of the rock, the view was incredible, worth being late.
The sun rising over the sea of Cortez on the east side of this amazing cliff.
The light of the sunrise paints a beautiful landscape of mountain after mountain
If it was dark, you could see the lights of the city of La Paz in the distance
The shadow of the mountain stretches to touch the Pacific Ocean to the West