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It was a gorgeous sunny day in Yosemite. In February! The little bit of snow we had up here last week from the 3 day storm has all melted.
The meadows are brown, and dry since there has been very little rain, and next to no snow this year, but
I gotta tell ya…no matter what time of year it is or the conditions, this view never gets old!
Nikon Df| AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm| Hoodman STEEL Ultra High Speed Digital Film| Tripod| BW 6 stop ND filter| 2 images focus stacked and blended in Adobe Photoshop CS6
More to come…
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Another waterfall from my Archives. On my birthday in 2011 I hiked up Upper Yosemite trail and was rewarded with a Double Rainbow at the base of Upper Yosemite Fall. It’s a steep and arduous hike, but well worth the effort.
I lost my favorite Hobbie sunglasses over the railing here. They fell a LONG way. 🙂
Nikon D300s| Nikkor 1735@ 20mm| f5| 1/2000second| ISO 160| Manual Priority| Matrix Metering| Hand-held- there wasn’t much room for my tripod on this ledge.
- Yosemite Week (thewildlifejournal.wordpress.com)
- The Two Keys to having a Great Trip to Yosemite. (highercallingphotography.wordpress.com)
- Noah on Yosemite (skprosser.wordpress.com)