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Yosemite in the Spring #33261
01/04/11 08:45 PM
01/04/11 08:45 PM
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Columbus, Ohio
Scott Flaherty Offline OP
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Scott Flaherty  Offline OP
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Columbus, Ohio
I spent some time last Spring shooting in the Yosemite Valley. It's one of my favorite locations to shoot. Absolutely stunning. I'm still trying to figure out how to convey the awe I feel when I'm standing before such sights.


Cathedral Rocks




Tunnel View at Sunset




El Capitan from Cathedral Beach




El Capitan from Valley View




Small rapids east of the Pohono Bridge




One of the Anna's Hummingbirds that joined me every morning for breakfast



Scott Flaherty
www.clanoflaherty.com
Re: Yosemite in the Spring [Re: Scott Flaherty] #33262
01/04/11 09:23 PM
01/04/11 09:23 PM
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Connecticut
Sunstruck Offline
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Connecticut
Lovely shots Scott. I love the B&W of El Captitan. Tunnel View photo is my favorite.


Penny J. Wills
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Re: Yosemite in the Spring [Re: Sunstruck] #33263
01/04/11 11:42 PM
01/04/11 11:42 PM
Joined: Feb 2005
Manhattan, New York, New York
James Morrissey Offline
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Manhattan, New York, New York
Hi Scott,

I agree. I think the B&Ws are just lovely and the humming bird is great too.

James

Re: Yosemite in the Spring [Re: Scott Flaherty] #33714
02/01/11 05:17 PM
02/01/11 05:17 PM
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NC
JoeC Offline
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NC
Scott,
Excellent images. I like them all, but I'm a sucker for Tunnel View images of any variety (as you can see on my website). I haven't been to Yosemite in a few years and need to go back to refresh my spirits. What time in the spring did you visit? I usually go the last two weeks in May to catch the flow from the waterfalls without getting the crowds that form after Memorial Day.
Thanks for sharing these beautiful images of my favorite park.
Joe

Re: Yosemite in the Spring [Re: JoeC] #33777
02/02/11 06:03 PM
02/02/11 06:03 PM
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Columbus, Ohio
Scott Flaherty Offline OP
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I was there in the middle of May and the water flow was great. On the other hand, I'd like to do some winter shooting there sometime as well.


Scott Flaherty
www.clanoflaherty.com
Re: Yosemite in the Spring [Re: Scott Flaherty] #33785
02/02/11 06:40 PM
02/02/11 06:40 PM
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Manhattan, New York, New York
James Morrissey Offline
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Carpal Tunnel

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Manhattan, New York, New York
Hey Joe (isn't that a song??),

Just checked out your website. You have a lot of really nice work there. Glad to have you as a new member and seeing more of your work.

Cheers
James

Re: Yosemite in the Spring [Re: Scott Flaherty] #33823
02/03/11 02:29 PM
02/03/11 02:29 PM
Joined: Sep 2005
Portland Oregon
RomanJohnston Offline
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Joined: Sep 2005
Portland Oregon
I have always said that "Love" is the key to great landscape photography. Its the untold secret that changes the way you "see".

I see the love in your work.

Grats.

Roman

Last edited by RomanJohnston; 02/03/11 02:30 PM.
Re: Yosemite in the Spring [Re: Scott Flaherty] #34092
02/17/11 11:38 PM
02/17/11 11:38 PM
Joined: May 2007
west Michigan, USA
jadlh Offline
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west Michigan, USA
These are excellent compositions, I've been there and what the human eye can see can not be duplicated in a photo.


Nolad Mechadesh

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