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Three Trees in Morning Fog, Yosemite National Park, California

Three Trees in Morning Fog, Yosemite National Park, California

I shot this photo recently in Yosemite National Park as I was wrapping up with a sunrise. Sunrise is my favorite time of day to photograph Yosemite Valley for several reasons. The most obvious is there are few people out and about at that hour but more importantly there is this persistent ground fog in the meadows of Yosemite Valley that seem to be a common occurrence in the early morning hours. It’s subtle but creates a cool atmosphere.

With that said, I’m about to go through some life changes soon so I’m taking a hiatus from sharing new photos. I’ve been doing this for nearly 15 years continuously now so it was probably time to take a break anyway and focus on things outside of photography. I’ll still be posting content to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram however just not new “professional work” so feel free to follow me if you aren’t already.

See more of my Yosemite National Park photos.


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  1. For greatest impact, hold the following comment as close to your ear as possibe:

    TICK TOCK!!! 🙂

    With that said, you guys will do great. We started taking our kids out for hikes before they were six weeks old. So the times out with a camera will still be there, just a bit shorter and a bit more of a multi-tasking environment.

    Love this photo. Reminds me that what you may miss more than taking new pictures are these moments of still, quiet, solitude. But they’ll be replaced with the sounds of a family, so it’s all good.

    Cheers,
    Gary.

    • Thanks Gary. That would be nice to go hiking soon. I don’t think I could sit in the house for months at a time and not get any activity in.

    • Thanks Michael! I don’t want to one of those types who bore people w/ excessive baby and kid photos but I’ll be sure to post a select batch.

  2. Congratulations Richard! As others have mentioned, continue doing what you love – the photos will follow. Like me before them, our kids were on the trail even before they could walk and now as young adults they’re so grateful for the experience. Photography and the outdoors have so much to offer especially for kids growing up in today’s hi-tech, plugged in world.

    Enjoy the journey! -Russ

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