Super (as always!), Misha! --mark d.
Thanks for your kind words, Mark!
Love the colors!
Thank you. It was a glorious evening. Very subtle signs of the incoming storm (that is still raging up there:)
What a nice shot.
Rolen, ah....Ansel, oops, I mean Misha - Your photography is magical. The lighting is amazing. I particularly enjoy the way the sunlight cuts across the peaks in the the image. Bravo!
Thanks man. This is a very nice compliment...
Spent several summers working out of T.Meadows in the 1980's. You just transported me there. Thanks for the trip.
Thanks Dave. What were you doing in TM when you worked there?
Worked for a private children's camp which was located near Evergreen, just outside the West side of the park. However, I led backcountry trips and that pretty much meant TM and high country...and whatever we could talk the kids into doing. Took city kids up Lyell, Dana, North, and Clark among many other things-hard to complain about not having t.v. or walkmans when you can't catch your breath ;)
You nailed it on that one! What are you shooting with? Perhaps you know the f-stop and shutter speed? Bravo again.
Thanks. I am shooting with Canon 5D and a selection of professional Canon lenses. I believe that this particular exposure is taken at f/11 and 6 seconds.
...this one would make it to the front page. I wish I could take such good photo's. I guess I'll need something better than an old Nikon Coolpix though ;-).
True! All the pics I posted on my profile page have been taken with a coolpix 3500. Some of them did come out pretty nice!
My next camera is definitely a Nikon again!
A very good point. My gear contributes to about 30% of my photos. The rest is timing, preparation, composition, proper exposure, etc.
Another really beautiful photo!
This is a great shot! Paolo