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Jan 09, 2017 13:07 |  #1

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Jan 09, 2017 13:26 |  #2

Very nice!


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Jan 10, 2017 07:40 |  #3

Wow. Great light.


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Jan 10, 2017 11:43 |  #4

That is simply phenomenal
Beautiful colours and composition.


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Jan 10, 2017 11:45 |  #5

Fantastic; well done!


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Jan 10, 2017 14:41 as a reply to Snydremark's post |  #6

Nice work. Did you have to hike there? They usually close the road.


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Jan 10, 2017 15:16 as a reply to ed57gmc's post |  #7

Thanks ,this photo I took from the end of OCT/2016 , I just feel lucky to catch this moment , My friend come 3 times and try to do it , but he is fail because weather change un predictable !!! this Road they start to close on November , I came a week before that date .




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Jan 10, 2017 16:15 |  #8

nice


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Jan 10, 2017 18:15 |  #9

Amazing!!!




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Jan 11, 2017 00:21 |  #10

Thumbs up getting that shot. Gorgeous.


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Jan 11, 2017 03:24 |  #11

The lighting is very nice.




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Jan 12, 2017 11:53 |  #12

Super shot, right place at the right time. Well done.


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Jan 12, 2017 12:04 |  #13

Awesome shot


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Jan 14, 2017 16:33 |  #14

Thanks for the response, Western, to my PM.
This photo struck me so strongly. I spent much of my life in the Sierra, and have seen Half Dome from every angle, including on top, at one time of the other, and never once, saw it like this. Amazing.
I was struck by this image as an illustration of how these great domes must have looked after forming, and while still cooling deep within the earth's crust, waiting to be exposed and carved by glaciation. Over thousands of years they gradually turned from liquid magma, to granitic intrusions glowing red, until they cooled completely.
What a profound image.
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Jan 19, 2017 22:57 |  #15

love the lighting.

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