What’s your dream shot in Yosemite? Check out this photo from Kristal Leonard that I think would qualify as many photographer’s dream shot.
Alright, so it’s a misnomer. The real firefall occurred when hot coals from a fire were pushed off Glacier Point, a practice that ended last century. But every year there’s a short window of time when the sun shines up the Merced River Canyon in just such a way that it lights Horsetail Fall on [...]
If you’ve never thought about taking a class on photography you should, especially in Yosemite. You not only come away with new knowledge that can improve your photography, but you get to spend time with one of the photographers who live and work in Yosemite walking around the park, seeing the sights, hearing stories of the park and having a great time.
Echo Peak with clouds, from Glacier Pt on April 20, 2012. (Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)
Listen up photographers, this is a pretty good prediction so you can take it to the bank.
Final image in the series of reflections on the Merced River, Yosemite. Captured November 4, 2007. (Crossposted from the Little Red Tent) Three Brothers reflected in the Merced River.
First of four images created November 4, 2007 of reflections on the Merced River. (Crossposted from The Little Red Tent) The Merced River winds its way down from the high Sierra, flows over the Giant Staircase of Nevada and Vernal falls, converging with Tenaya Creek in Yosemite Valley. It eventually leaves the Sierra, and is [...]
I was very flattered when I received notification that Alan Ross had decided to follow my Twitter stream–I’d met him briefly when he’d come to Yosemite to re-photograph Ansel’s Moon Over Half Dome several years ago. Mr. Ross was one of Ansel’s assistants, and has established himself as a photographic artist in his own right. [...]
This image was captured in the White Mountains of California, east of the Sierra Nevada and Owens Valley. As average mean temperatures rise, the bristlecone pine groves move higher. Soon they will have no more place to go.