El Capitan After A Spring Snow

Uploaded: March 30, 2014 15:31:58


Yosemite NP.


Stephen M. Webb level-classic March 31, 2014

Landscapes don't get any better than this James. #1568556

Lois Adomite April 27, 2014

Love this, the clouds are so pretty and set it off #11031412

Harriet Feagin level-classic April 27, 2014

After having been at this exact spot in the winter snow, I know how difficult it is to expose properly. Also, I love the composition because you did not try to get all the reflection in the frame thus giving the feeling that one could actually reach down and touch the water. It puts the viewer inside the photo. Excellent finalist and good luck in the next round.

Raymond D. Marlow January 05, 2016

Great capture with the steam in the image James nice work here #11419516

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