What do you do when you have a tripod, camera and you’re bored? This!
I just got back from another day trip to the high country of Yosemite. I’ll post those pictures in the next few days. For now, I thought I post some of my favorite pictures from my last trip to Tuolumne Meadows. It was nice to see some clouds that afternoon, but the clouds disappeared by
There wasn’t any WOW factor when I took this, other than the fact that Tenaya Lake was still calm! Within a few minutes, the wind started picking up and no more calm lake. I processed a color version, but I decided to do a black and white as well. My preference is for the black
After photographing the first light at Mount Dana/Gibbs View, I drove to Tuolumne Meadows to see what I could capture. There was still some standing water in the meadows, so I found a small pond to play around with….photo-wise! Since it was still in the morning, there was still some ice on some of the
With Tioga Pass opening last week, I finally got the opportunity to make it up before the snow melted and the mosquitoes moved in. I went to bed at 9pm so I could get a few hours of sleep before I drove the 3 hour trip to the Tuolumne Meadows area to photograph “something” at
My wife booked a room at Lee Vinning Monday so the kids could play in the snow Monday afternoon and in the evening I hoped to capture “something” at sunset. Where to go? Two years ago I “camped out” at Tuolumne Meadows and got some nice “lake” sunset pictures. Last year I stayed around Tioga
Still processing my pictures from Wednesday’s adventure. While I was there I decided to try and take a panoramic photo. I don’t own a Panoramic Head, so my pano has some parallax. So be it, it’s still kind of cool! This is 6 pictures, in portrait format and stitched together by hand using CS2. Full