Yosemite National Park

In the shadow of the valley of light, words evaporate like mist.
A claw and crag, a solitary tree, the changing moods of El Capitan and Half Dome—
Beyond the reach of words, these scenes are a pang in the throat and chest.
Thank goodness for landscape photography!

Claw and Crag

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Tree. Falls.

neilson landscape photography california yosemite national park tree and falls

El Capitan: Three moods in two days

Half Dome: Handheld at high ISO for a super grainy, painterly effect

neilson landscape photography california yosemite national park half dome late at night

Departure: Driving home through Modesto

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neilson landscape photography california modesto rural scene cows solitary tree

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2 Comments on “Yosemite National Park

  1. Thanks goodness for landscape photography, INDEED! Oh how I wish I could perfect mine. Still working with *just* my iPhone (and some Moment lenses when I have inspiration to use them). But I don’t really know what I’m doing. Still, I’m inspired.

    Hope you are well, my friend. I evoked your name in a recent journal entry as I was reflecting on my feelings about humanity. And landscapes. I’m feeling a sense of spiritual camaraderie with you, even though we’ve not spoke in a while.

    Would love to change that in 2022. You know…my always invitation for a hike or meet-up. Really hope you are well. Are you still moving? We’re aiming to move to San Rafael in 2022. What a ride. Weeeeee!

    Peace, Cat ——————————————————————— Catherine “Cat” Brozena ColorThisWorld Communications http://www.ColorThisWorld.com (510) 681-8741

    On Tue, Jan 11, 2022 at 11:40 AM Kevin Neilson Photography wrote:

    > Kevin Neilson posted: ” In the shadow of the valley of light, words > evaporate like mist.A claw and crag, a solitary tree, the changing moods of > El Capitan and Half Dome—Beyond the reach of words, those scenes are a pang > in the throat and chest. Thank goodness for landscape phot” >

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