Snow is not very often seen in Columbia, CA. When I heard that the snow level is going to drop to around thousand feet I decided to drive up to see if I can get some interesting images in this former gold digging city.
I took a bubble mix with me hoping I would get some frozen bubbles in Yosemite National Park. I found a nice spot in the shade while the sun was shining in the background. I used a Helios 44-2 lens to create this image. This lens is famous for the bubbly background that it’s capable producing.
ENjoy the image and keep on creating rgeat images!
David and I were photographing in Yosemite National Park today. A winter storm was predicted and we wanted to photograph the outgoing storm. The clouds were quite spectacular when the sun finally broke through.
I photographed in Yosemite Valley during a heavy snow storm. The cloud cover created some very interesting light. You see the cold colors on the left hand side and the warm colors on the right hand side creating an interesting light contrast.