Id have to say the evening I captured this amongst many was probably the highlight of my 2 week California trip.
When this all started up, hearing people up above me out of sight cheering, I couldnt help but smile. Often I’ve been in locations by myself & swearing or giggling like a little kid as the light go’s off, but hearing a whole load of people & many just watching not photographing was something to remember.
If I do ever return to Yosemite, ill certainly return to this little location I discovered hidden out of sight.
On a side note I should probably get my head checked based on how the shitty dynamic pulse punishes regular posters.Whats the point of it all?
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Seeing as I lost a SD card on my recent trip that pretty much had all my seascapes on it, id figured id dig in & experiement a little on the plethora of Bandon images that I’ve not processed & experiment a little with a few tricks
Would go back here in a heart beat..don’t know if ill ever see light like this again.
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The first time I was trying to find this place, I parked along a dirt road. I walked about 1/3 mile in the dark of the morning, only to realize I’d left my tripod in the car. I did my best Bear Grylls by sprinting back like British special forces over uneven terrain– but alas, I missed the best light of that morning because of my forgetfulness. It did give me a good excuse, and I returned here for this sunrise a few days later.
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If you look carefully you might see one or two remaining stars.
It as much as I was thrilled to se the sensor pulling out these cloud colors hidden to the the eye in this first morning twilight, I’m not afraid to say I was also pissed at the mentality of other photographers that turned up way after me, in fact I was the first here & had a position sorted , but the ignoramus side of some photographers shows up & just set up shop wherever they feel like without even a blink or common courtesy to ask! Its times like that I feel like using my tripod for other pusposes & reasons why I predominately prefer to shoot solo.Their ignorance forced me change postions without getting into an early morning barney.
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Many thanks for looking and for your most kind comments,, Hanna
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