Lacking a lot of colors, converting this image of Bridalveil Falls to black in white seemed obvious to me.
It was getting dark and the fog was obscuring every icon at Tunnel View, but I still wanted to continue shooting. I noticed a clearing above Bridalveil Falls and composed a few variations of the hole in the fog. I like the abstract-look about it. What do you think?
As I mentioned on my previous blog entry, Bridalveil Falls in the Fog, it was a pretty foggy afternoon in Yosemite Valley. Since I had time, I just kept waiting for brief clearings in the fog. This image was taken about a half-hour after the first image I posted yesterday. Since I like the tones
I have wanted to drive up to Yosemite after a big storm all season. Between the one-car-family, kids and other commitments, getting everything inline is a tough thing to do. I was watching the weather last week and it looked like another storm was brewing and it looked like it would clear Friday/Saturday. On Friday,
Seeing Friday’s Yosemite webcam, I really wanted to take a drive and hopefully photograph a sunset for myself. My wife had the day off and suggested a trip to Hornitos with the kids. I was okay with that, since we haven’t had a family outing in a while. I didn’t mention Yosemite as an option
A few days ago I mentioned that I went up to Yosemite for the day. You can read about it and view the photo here: Cathedral Rocks, Yosemite. After meeting everybody, we headed over to Mirror Lake. I was going to hike the one mile with everybody else, but decided against it because it would