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Yosemite National ParkYosmite, California, USATaken 4/3/09
as isstraight from the camera
I love to take photographs of anything and everything…
great perspective and great memories, try to find an angle like this when i was there but didn’t find this one, great find, welld one, such power,
Thanks Seb..this was across the meadow from the falls, along another side road; like you’re going to camp reservations…we went everywhere, we were lucky enough to get to stay for almost a week…I can’t wait to return…. :)
aw Sis this so beautiful…great capture huggggggz
Thanks so much Sis, it’s the most breath taking place i have ever been in my life! The upper falls is over 1400ft high and the lower falls is 320 feet, and there are cascades in the middle. The hike to the Upper Falls is 6 hours long; my knee was giving me problems from rock climbing the day before but next time for sure. :) hugszzzzzzz
Beautiful capture, Nancy. Total drop is 2,445 feet including the cascades between upper and lower falls…Lynn
Thanks so much my friend. I knew you would know the total falls…you are so good…I just can’t seem to keep that stuff in my head. :)
See I get to see it tru your eyes so i know it is beautiful..I need a scooter lift to go lol but i love this angle and capture …huggggggggggg
Thanks so much Sis, we’ll both take scooters..lol…heehee…. :0 :) :)
Great shot Nancy.
Thanks so much John. :)
Beautiful capture Nancy!! love the b/w makes a dramatic shot!! – one day the year I will go there.
Thanks so much Kate.:) You’ll love it here.
Fantastic capture Nancy of this Beautiful Park!!!!!!!!
Thanks so much Beatriz…it is a gorgeous place. :)
Wow, you have so much new art to comment on. I can review it all now, so picked this one. What a great shot Nancy. Wonderful POV.
LOL….I did take a lot….over 1300 but I’m not going to bore everyone with them all….so glad you like it Steve. :)
Fabulous angle on this. Very nice…wow~
Thank you Carol. :)
This tree is a famous foreground for this waterfall. I have a few shots from here as well… but have yet to “work” on them yet.
Thanks, I’ll be looking forward to seeing them. :)