Bridalveil Fall

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  1. David_Senesac

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    The famous fall in front of the Merced River after an epic 20 plus inch snowstorm in Yosemite Valley the most in several years. Note that is light cloud mist in front of Leaning Tower at right. Provia 100F 4x5 transparency thru a 150mm Nikkor.

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    VERY nice! I'm feeling cold all of a sudden.
     
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    Where are these falls at?
     
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    Wow. Very cool. Recently???
     
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    Yes very cool at about 30F degrees ;) though hardly cold for someone bundled up in winter snow clothing tromping around in Sorels.

    It rarely snows on the valley floor more than a few inches because snow levels are normally much higher, almost never until well into December, and it isn't until later in winter much water would usually be flowing over the fall. So the usual window is small and it is quite difficult to catch such post storm conditions as a photographer even if one was as determined as this person.

    Crude flatbed scan and Photoshop processed recently, film exposed March 3, 2006.
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    Question was answered in the original post.

     
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    The photographer mentions Yosemite Valley. Have to say, stunning photograph and continues through in the slide show. Beautiful photography.
     
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    Wow. That's a very beautiful scene and you did a great job capturing it. =)
    (Btw, I think the border is atrocious and takes away from the image)
     
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    Well i guess i just can't read... thanks tho.
     
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    WOW
     
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    Looks like a postcard, very nice. The white tree looks very cool.
     

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