Yosemite, California

Cathedral Rocks tower above the Yosemite Valley and are reflected in a calm spot along the mirror like Merced River. This was a rather gloomy day with spots of rain here and there making for a sky that erupted with life and diversity.

I absolutely love Yosemite in the late fall months! The summer crowds are gone leaving the valley rather quiet and peaceful. Took this shot on my birthday in 2005 when Jenn and I decided a day trip to the valley would be a good getaway.

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Took a look back through the archives the other day and found a couple images that I liked but felt that the post work that was previously done to them could be improved on. Both images were taken in Yosemite back in 2005.

Jenn leaning against a moss covered tree in Yosemite National Park. Thanks to the overcast day and the time of year, not many people were out and about.

Soft light provided by the overcast day and the tree canopy above bring out the warm colors of fall in Yosemite as Jenn takes a break from the hike to get in some shots.

I love late fall in Yosemite! The colors are spectacular and the summer crowds are almost non-existant. The forest floor along the Mirror Lake trail was blanketed in rich yellow and orange leaves. The entire atmosphere of the valley made for a great day taking landscape and art-nude shots.

Both images are available as Open Edition, Limited Edition, and Gold Edition prints.

Taken on my birthday in 2005, late fall is one of my favorite times of the year to visit Yosemite. The summer crowds are gone, the weather is constantly changing, and the colors are more diverse in the forest.



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