Hi everyone and welcome to today’s post. I am a little behind these days and this will be my last post for the next tens days as I am heading off to Hawaii for work. I know what you are thinking. How nice. Well, yes it is but it is still work and it is a long, long flight. I will be quite busy but will try to get in some personal camera time. In any event today’s post is from the west coast and is a shot of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. The shot is from Inspiration Point and was made as an incredible band of storms and clouds rolled over the valley. I watched for a while and began to notice some subtle breaks occur in the clouds. I shifted the camera over and put on my 70-300mm lens and framed El Cap just as a wave of light broke through the clouds and hit the side. Within minutes it was gone and the clouds thickened up. Just a bit of luck.
Thanks for stopping by today. We will see you in a few weeks.