Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail to Parker Lake

© Craig D. Minton

Ansel Adams Wilderness Trail to Parker Lake

Uploaded: March 08, 2012


ISO 100, f/5.6, 1/80 sec, 18mm.


Jack Gaskin March 09, 2012

Nice choice of B&W Ansel would be PROUD of YOU;o)

Imagine if there was a marker every place the man shot from. There would be shooters crawling all over one another to take the same shots from those very spots. Amazing the EFFORT & TIME he put into each shot he took. Understand it took several weeks to get just the right light for a shot of HALF DOME.

Enjoy the weekend
Jack #1448488

John Connolly March 31, 2012

A marvelous capture beautifully presented Craig! Youir tones and composition here are absolutely brilliant! What a great job you did on this one!
You have some outstanding landscapes in your gallery! #10069068

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