Charlottesville photography.

Posts tagged “Vacation

Last Rays Peaking Through Storm Clouds Over Lake McDonald

7.7.12

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Family Shenanigans

6.25.12

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Morning In El Capitan Meadow

6.30.12

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Sunset At Tunnel View

6.29.12 – This has to be one of the most photographed views in the world and I felt like I had to snag it. Even though it was a pretty boring sunset, I didn’t want to spend another magic hour here trying to get a better one when there were so many other places to be. I’ll just have to be content with this shot.


Sunset In The High Sierra

6.28.12


Sunset In Big Bend

6.8.12 – Without doubt the wildest sunset I’ve ever witnessed. Storm clouds rolled in from the southwest (1st image) while I was photographing the Chisos Mountains to the northwest (2nd and 3rd images). I barely even noticed the Sierra Del Carmen to the southeast in Mexico (4th image) until they lit up pink in the last minutes of light. Be sure to click on the 4th image, as I have enabled it to open in a larger (but still downsized) format.

I absolutely can’t wait to get back to this amazing park. How about a little winter trip?

BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, TX 79834‎
1,877 mi – about 31 hours

 


Last Light On El Capitan

6.30.12


Yosemite Valley In Black And White

6.30.12


Last Light On Half Dome

6.28.12


Many Glacier

7.8.12 – Sunset over Swiftcurrent Lake.