Check out this really great photo Kristal took just after Glacier Point opened for the season.
Last night, I headed up to Glacier Point in Yosemite to shoot some night photos with the light of the 1st quarter moon. Unfortunately, it was mostly cloudy and I couldn’t see any stars until much later. So, to pass the time, I took some long exposures of the valley floor, 3000ft below me. This is my favorite one because the clouds/fog in the northwest are lifting enough to let some twilight come through. This is a 5-minute exposure to show the movement of cars down in Yosemite Valley below.
I think the low hanging clouds are what really set this photo off. And the colors…WOW! Take a look at this thing on black. Beautiful! Nice work, Kristal.
Photo by Kristal Leonard
Category: Photo of the Day