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Jeff I’ve photographed there many a time (even written a guide with tips on how to best photograph there…see this link).But no matter how many times I visit, my heart always starts beating harder…not just because it is impressive, but because, to be honest, it scares me a bit.
Plus Highland has only a narrow road shoulder and a short sloping shore to shoot from so it’s not as ‘user friendly’ as Picture Lake…and there is only a small section of shoreline that features good reflections of the mountain. Because when I visited its shoreline was lush with wildflowers…unlike Picture Lake.Some of those folks, no joke, actually crawl up to the edge on their belly to take their pictures.That’s why I was glad to see today that the government is going to add a railing along part of the cliff where the trail currently ends.It certainly absolutely delighted my wife Anita and I during our visit…which immediately led to a mandatory “we’re from Florida so we gotta have a snowball fight!” The view from the parking lot is pretty impressive, but there are even better vistas from the trails that start here.After Picture Lake, continue driving on 542 for less than 3 miles where the road ends at the Artist’s Point parking lot.
This is at an elevation of over 5,000′ and you may well find snow there even during the summer.
I’m not particularly afraid of heights, but when I stand at Horseshoe’s sheer 1000′ cliff edge, well.can create a few butterflies in my nether-regions.
I’ve actually watched visibly shaken tourists walk toward the edge only to repeatedly turn around.
I may have been doing this for years, but I still feel like a proud papa when an image of mine is published.
I guess there is no denying that my ego is alive and well!
So I refocused my efforts on finding locations that didn’t require a lot of hiking.