Monthly Archives: November 2011


Yosemite Part IV–Random Merced River

The Merced River flows through Yosemite Valley. And, like everything else in this Valley, it is beautiful. I feel lucky, however, getting this shot. Not because it is a perfect shot of the river, but […]

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Yosemite Part III–Fern Spring (yes, I said Fern Spring!)

“If polled, the resident local photographers would rate this as one of their favorite spots. Disdaining obvious subjects like El Capitan or Yosemite Falls, many would prefer to train their lenses on the tiny waterfalls […]

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Yosemite Part II, Tunnel View

After I shot the “Valley View” shot in the previous post, we headed to what is undoubtedly the most famous of all the “views” of Yosemite, immortalized by Ansell Adams—“Tunnel View.” When we got there, […]

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Yosemite Part I–Valley View

My wife and I just returned from a 4-day trip to heaven, otherwise known as Yosemite. In the next few posts I am going to share my favorite pictures of the trip with you. Landscape […]

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Stairway to Heaven

My first “real” vacation with my first “real” camera was supposed to be awesome. I had traveled throughout Europe with my trusty Casio Exilm 7.2 megapixel camera and it handled itself courageously and flawlessly, but […]

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