It’s that time of year again. My two beautiful young women, Hannah and Sarah, are on their way to the 2016 Stone Ridge Christian High School (SRCHS) Prom this evening. This will be Hannah’s last Prom and this is Sarah’s first. Because the school is somewhat small, grades 9 through 12 can attend. We had
I’ve been wanting to visit “That Place with Water and Birds” since the first of the year, but up until now, I haven’t been able to. Since my wife had the day off and the kids have a 4-day weekend, I thought I’d drive over and see what’s happening. There was A LOT of fog
It’s that time of year where I try to pick my favorite pictures from 2015. Just like last year, it wasn’t a stellar year, photography-wise. Always hope that 2016 will be a better year, photography-wise. So in the order that I took them (more or less), I present you my favorite 10 pictures of 2015.
My first stop at 2:30 in the morning was Tunnel View. After I made my rounds, I drove back up to Tunnel View to see what I could capture in the morning light.
I was hoping for a better sunrise at the “Gates of the Valley”, but that didn’t happen. I stopped again in the afternoon and saw some nice light filtering through the trees under El Capitan. Unfortunately by the time I could get a spot, the light there was gone. I managed to get some decent
Another image from my recent trip to Yosemite. This is Bridalveil Falls from Tunnel View around sunset.
I spent some time around Yosemite Valley photographing different locations while the near full-moon was visible. I captured Half Dome, El Capitan, Bridalveil Falls and Cathedral Rocks from the Merced River.
While I was photographing El Capitan, Bridalveil Falls and Cathedral Rocks along the Merced River, I spotted some trees. I liked the white and green colors along with the red-ish bark.
Walking around a frozen Mirror Lake gives you a different perspective of Half Dome.
I had planned on spending the evening around the Merced River, but there was a lot of kids playing in the snow and the fact that visibility was getting worse. Drove up to Tunnel View (again) and spent the rest of the day…until my batteries went dead. Thankfully I was pretty much done shooting.