We visited Bishop in the Eastern Sierra's mid-October for fall foliage. It's difficult to predict every year when you will see fall colors, as it depends on how low temperatures drop in the high country. Bishop is the closest place from Los Angeles, only 4 hrs north, to see the true turning of the seasons from hot summer days to brisk cool mornings in the Eastern Sierras off of Highway 395. The changing colors of the leaves and the scenery is magical as the landscape turns from greens to red, oranges and yellows. We saw the most beautiful fall foliage, yellow aspens fluttering in the wind at Intake Two Lake, North Lake and Sabrina Lake. You can stop along the roads that lead to these lakes and see beautiful yellow and orange aspens. At Intake Two Lake, you can take a peaceful walk around the lake taking gorgeous photos of the lake's fall foliage reflection and watch the fisherman fish on the lake. All my watercolor and acrylogouche paintings were inspired by the fall foliage I saw in Bishop. I enjoyed the Bishop mountain drive watching the fluttering aspens fall to the ground. Autumn is the second Spring where every leaf is a flower. Check out my Kblossoms paintings here.