My previous post described a rather unexpected rainbow and the panic shooting that ensued when my group saw it. Successful landscape photography is all about finding the best light, but success comes easier the more you anticipate rather than react.
The day after the unexpected rainbow I was guiding a private group around Yosemite in the rain. They were real troopers and I promised them that if they just held out we might be rewarded with something special. We were down the Merced River Canyon a bit, photographing Cascade Fall, when I noticed the sky lightening. I quickly rounded everyone up and we headed to Tunnel View. We arrived just in time to witness the first post-storm shafts of light deliver a partial rainbow to Yosemite Valley.
<I'm off to Yosemite and then Southern Utah and will have very little Internet access in my absence.>
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