Some favorite photos from Trey Ratcliff at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com
the fog you can only see through from above
Yosemite is a wonderful place for photography, and it's one of those places that is filled with an intimidating and rich photographic history. I don't even understand how Ansel Adams did it back in the day; but I have a sense of it, I suppose. So this is un-Yosemite in a way. I aimed away from Yosemite, to all the little mountains that walk up to the great park, and I embraced all the color that I felt flowing inwards.
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