Lembert Dome (elevation 9455ft or 2882 m) is a beautiful rock formation at the edge of Tuolumne meadows in Yosemite National Park. I photographed the rock right before the storm clouds were moving in. Enjoy!
Last night I walked in Rahilly Park in Merced, CA where I photographed this old tree. I tried to get a “Pep Ventosa style” image by walking in a circle around the tree photographing a new image every two feet or so. I only could get about a fourth of a circle and still in post production I got this imae.
I wanted a different look of Yosemite Valley so my wife and I hiked up Four Mile Trail in Yosemite Valley. It was an absolute gorgeous day with no clouds in the sky so I filled the space of the clouds with some tree branches.
Sonora Pass is the second highest pass that crosses the Sierra Nevada mountains in central California. There are beautiful sceneries along the road which provide plenty of photo opportunities. I stopped at the Donnells vista point. I used a 14mm super wide angle lens to create this image. Enjoy!
We took a hike at the Red Hill area outside Sonora, CA. This area is spectacular during the wildflower season. I thought it had it’s own charm during the winter. Enjoy the image and keep on photographing!
Yesterday I photographed at the „original“ Geysir in Iceland. I picked a location that allowed me to include the tourists that were standing around waiting for the eruption and the sun that was just about to go down.