The unseen beauty of Bonsai Rock of Lake Tahoe is located a little south of Sand Harbor, it is on the east side of Nevada side, USA. Bonsai Rock of Lake Tahoe has about four trees that look like they’re just bursting out of the rock. The trees seem to be miniature same as a Bonsai Tree due to the fact that the rock is limiting the trees’ development.
The sun setting over Bonsai Rock of Lake Tahoe is a magnet for photographers and as you can see from the amazing shots below for a good reason. Bonsai Rock of Lake Tahoe is simply can say a distinctive place, as trees grow out of the rock. The trees look to be Bonsai Trees because of the fact that the growth of the tree is prohibited by the rock itself.
Bonsai Rock of Lake Tahoe is an art form but this may be an example of naturally occurring Bonsai. For photographers, Bonsai Rocks in Lake Tahoe in California/Nevada should earn a place on your bucket list. The epic rock formations make for amazing images commonly known as ‘Bonsai Rock’, a small boulder close to the shoreline that has tiny little trees growing from the top against all odds.
Getting to Bonsai Rock is a bit tricky to bear. It is a semi-steep and unstable path and makes sure you’re wearing the proper shoes. Photographers love this place when the sun is setting behind Bonsai rock. That’s the right to capture the real beauty of Bonsai Rocks. Bring your tripod, camera with a wide-angle lens, filters, and it wouldn’t hurt to have a cable release. Do take caution. I wouldn’t recommend this spot to anyone with disabilities and it wouldn’t hurt to take a buddy with you just in case. This place has various challenges but if you come prepared it’s worth all the trouble. You will come away with some delightful photos.
Most photographers suggest going in summer for low tide shots that expose more of the white sand and smaller rocks. This will also give you more foreground options and give Bonsai Rock of Lake Tahoe a little more height. However; If you go in winter and get those amazing shots that have snow on the rocks and mountains. If you ski as well you’ll be in heaven.