Peace And Quiet: A late December look at the beautiful Truckee River in Tahoe City. Photo: Kristi Starn
Photo: Kristi Starn |
After The Storm: Pine trees across the region, like the ones seen here in the area of Martis Peak on Jan. 14, are heavily coated in snow after the recent big storms. Photographer: Sharon Wilson
Photographer: Sharon Wilson |
Waters Receding: The mid-January storm breaks on Jan. 13, as seen at the Truckee River and Boca Reservoir confluence. Photo: Carol Herrington
Photo: Carol Herrington |
Snowy Sunset: A stunning look at sunset above Historic Downtown Truckee on Christmas Day 2016. Photo: Jenelle Potvin
Photo: Jenelle Potvin |
Steamâs a Flowin: Snow surrounds the flowing âCrick Shire,â as seen Jan. 12 while snowshoeing in the Glenshire greenbelt in east Truckee. Photo: Cody Salinas
Photo: Cody Salinas |
Top Of The World: Lake Tahoe is seen in the background on Jan. 17 in this image taken at the top of Squaw Valley, from Emigrant Chair overlooking Upper Mountain. Photo: Bella Bear
Photo: Bella Bear |
Snowy And Surreal: Taking a quiet ride up the Crowâs Nest lift at Sugar Bowl Resort on Jan. 14. Photo: Ken Kirschenman
Photo: Ken Kirschenman |
Bend It Like Tahoe: Clouds above Lake Tahoe are seen between two trees at Incline Beach in mid January. A Nikon 8.5mm fisheye lens was used to get this effect. Photo: William T. Doyle
Photo: William T. Doyle |
TAHOE-TRUCKEE, Calif. — Each week, the Sierra Sun publishes a handful of Sierra Snapshots images based on reader submissions of their photography of beautiful Tahoe-Truckee scenes.
Have a photo to share? Email a high resolution version (200 DPI or higher and at least 5 inches wide on the longest side) to email@example.com with information about what’s going on in the photo, the full names of the people in it, and where and when it was taken, as well as who took the image.
Our community’s images are part of what makes the Sierra Sun shine, so send us your images, and look for them to publish in print every Friday, and online each week.