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Half-Dome, Yosemite Nat'l Park, California.
Lens: FA* 28-70 mm f/2.8 Camera: Pentax K1 Photo Location: Yosemite, CA ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/90s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: RICHARD L., 03-05-2020, 06:46 PM

At the end of the Glacier Point loop, you can admire Half-Dome, a stone mountain cut squarely by glaciers eons ago. Pentax K1 with FA* 28-70 mm f/2.8 @ 53 mm and f/11. This iconic site was immortalized by Ansel Adams more than 50 years ago.

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I've been looking at this fascinating shot for a long time and wondering what the collapse, if it was sudden, did to the valley below, very well taken.
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Beautifully done.

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This image really captures the majesty of the cliffs - makes for very good viewing.

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This image is rather "painterly". Well done!
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Nice. I like it
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Excellent image Richard! Did you use a polarizing filter on this shot?
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QuoteOriginally posted by PenPusher Quote
I've been looking at this fascinating shot for a long time and wondering what the collapse, if it was sudden, did to the valley below
I'm guessing the glacier carried the rocks away over a large area.

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At the end of the Glacier Point loop
If travel becomes possible again, I'll be visiting Yosemite this summer. I'll be sure to go at the end of that loop! Thanks for sharing.

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Todd :


Lightly filtered with a CPL to remove reflections on the bare rock but not so much as to render the blue sky objectionable. Shadows are a little too bluish though.


Bernard :


The Glacier Point loop is the southernmost road in the park, near the Entrance on California SR 41 leading to Fresno. I planned to go West this summer again but each day that passes makes me doubt that it will be feasable this year. Borders will be sealed this Friday for tourists.


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Richard
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