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Silhouette – The feeling of turning on a wave.
There aren’t too many road across Yosemite National Park. One of them lead over the Tioga pass which climbs up to 3000m (9900ft).
Just after crossing the highest point you suddenly hit this flat area called the Tuolumne Meadows.
I followed this coyote for nearly 30 minutes. The wildlife is so wild in Yosemite that it didn’t even see me as a threat but instead just went about its business and kept hunting dinner.
It was quite fascinating to get so close (I got within about 10m) and watch it blend in with its habitat and catch mice and squirrels, but when it decided to cross the road the contrast between wild and human just made for the best shot.
Location: Tuolumne Meadows – USA
The true face of a wave can be deceiving. Every wave is different and capturing the ocean’s characteristics can become a challenging task. This was captured on a crisp, beautiful winter’s day, blue skies and glaring sun – and yet there is nothing but violence going on in the ocean’s movements. It takes time and patience to capture the many facets of the ocean and sometimes it can send a very different message than the day may suggest.
Probably one of the most iconic views of California. Yosemite National Park is truly amazing.
This is Half Dome seen from the famous viewpoint called Glacier Point. With it’s rather easy access this (or a variation of this) image lands in every visitors memory card. It’s a must-see-to-believe location.
I’ve spent quite a few hours here shooting Half Dome and it’s surroundings in times of the day / night, but this particular shot made the selection because the clouds add so much drama to the shot it nearly becomes scary. Can you see how powerful Half Dome seems? Even the clouds make a detour around it. Tall and proud it stand all alone – timeless.
I’d recommend hanging this shot over a bed in a room or in an entry hall of a house. And an acrylic is practically a must for this image. Although Canvas would work great too. If you can afford it: Go Big!
Location: Yosemite – California