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Cascades, Bridalveil Creek, Yosemite

Posted by
Gary Hart (California, United States) on 7 November 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

The capturing our multi-sensory world with our single-sense cameras is easier if you're actually able to register the other senses without distraction. I love locations like Bridalveil Creek in Yosemite, where I can wander in peace for hours. Read more here.

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Gérard Beullac from Paris, France

Great details and lovely little falls.

7 Nov 2011 8:23am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Wow, love the long exposure and the colors!

7 Nov 2011 11:50am

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

Beautiful!

7 Nov 2011 3:54pm

clodagh smith from Sacramento, United States

love how the rocks dominate and frame the cascades

7 Nov 2011 8:43pm

Loukas from Ilioupolis, Greece

Beautiful colors!

7 Nov 2011 9:13pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Hi Gary - I have to agree with Clodagh here...The rocks just do a phenomenal job helping the senses (as you speak of) to resolve, relax, and dwell on this magical scene. The angular "takes" that each rock displays in contrast to the other are like herbal tea for the mind. Allowing us to relax and enjoy and ponder. The smoothness of the random waterfalls adds a wonderful sense of calm. This is magnetic, gary! Such a beautiful piece here ;-) All the best to you! dj

7 Nov 2011 9:28pm

Sandy Weston from Maine, United States

Beautiful, natural.....man couldn't have made this better....nature has its way and you've captured its curtain call!

8 Nov 2011 12:14am

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

not many places left where one can immerse themselves into the landscape not distracted and free... i think that it often allows to focus on finer detail and tighter composition - just as your photo shows here!

8 Nov 2011 3:32am

fabien from Toulouse, France

Vraiment très belle, cette composition

8 Nov 2011 8:12pm

Loukas from Ilioupolis, Greece

Beautiful colors and framing

11 Nov 2011 5:59am

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Very beautiful

13 Nov 2011 8:17am