Hey thanks guys and you're welcome Steve C.
@hiiker I didn't get footage while the quake was happening, I had just finished taking video and pictures on the summit block by the peak register and I think I had a tuna packet or a water bottle in my hand when the shaking started. If I would have taken 360 degree footage longer, maybe about 5 minutes longer or so, I would have caught the quake on camera! I threw my hands out for balance when it happened cause it shook pretty significantly and I was standing on the aforementioned rock. I was surprised by it and just stood there registering what happened (I knew it was a big quake cause we were at Diaz Lake two days prior and felt the 4.8 foreshock and I had recently read about the Walker Lane fault not far from Lone Pine). I started hearing rocks falling and they got louder and then the dust became visible, that's when I pulled out my camera again and started taking video of the rockfalls. That would have been so cool to catch the quake on camera but I just missed it! But I'm glad I was able to document the aftermath beginning seconds after it from that high vantage point.
Last edited by illyav; 07/16/20 10:25 AM.