Tunnel View: Saturated Viewing
An artistic processing take on one of the most viewed, and photographed, places on the planet.
Pines in the upper Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park
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Polly Dome Over Ice
Snow took a while to arrive in the winter of 2012. It was so late in fact the Tioga Road was still open in January. It was though cold enough the cover Tenaya Lake with a very thick layer of ice.
Winter Wonder at Tenaya Lake
Pyro Cumulus, Rim Fire
Pyro-cumulus - Rim Fire II
Fire cloud forming over the Rim Fire
Waning Light at Tunnel View (vertical)
Waning Light at Tunnel View
Scene captured as the light was quickly fading on a wonderful, late winter stormy day in the park.
In The Thick of It
The Cathedral Rocks and Bridalveil Fall viewed through the filter of rain, sleet and snow one late April day in Yosemite.
Stormy Days in the Valley
Love late winter weather in the valley. It creates some interesting sites and visual drama. Here storm clouds guide over Yosemite Falls as the storm dusts the upper reaches of the valley rim.
Wind Swept Waterfall
The top of Yosemite Falls on a blustery, wintery day.
Spring in Yosemite
View from Swinging Bridge
Spring Has Sprung!
On The Other Side, Bridaveil Fall
Spring time view across the Merced of Bridaveil Falls
Reflections of Color
Hive Cove Trail
The hillsides around the Hite Cove Trail blanketed with California Poppies
Blue hour viewed from Olmsted Point - the silver sliver of the waxing moon punctuates the early evening sky.
Milky Way Over The High Sierra
Multi image panorama of the Milky Way arching across the night sky in early summer as seen from Olmsted Point.
Milky Way Over The High Sierra - Monochrome
Monochrome version of the multi image panorama of the Milky Way arching across the night sky in early summer as seen from Olmsted Point.
Blaze from the El Portal Fire as seen from Wawona Road in Yosemite.
El Portal Fire Images
El Portal Ablaze
Stars and Smoke
Yosemite night sky above the El Portal fire
El Portal Fire Images - trees stand in silent vigil to the destruction of the El Portal Fire.
A Different Point of View
Olmsted Point is a great place to take in the view of Tenaya Canyon and the north (back) side of Half Dome.
Night Time Hikers
Stars and Clouds Over Olmsted