Reproducing Ansel Adams

Posted December 9th, 2010 by Deepa and filed in Uncategorized
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Yosemite National Park2


Seejo and I (along with our friends Pulkit and Sejal) spent a long weekend at Yosemite National Park this November.  On the very first day, we stopped at Tunnel point and spent some time taking in the magnificent vista before us. This vista has become synonymous for Yosemite due to the famous photograph taken by Ansel Adams in the 1930s– Clearing Winter Storm.  This is not only one of the most famous photographs of Yosmite it is probably one of the most famous ones in Adams portfolio of wonderful photographs. I had seen the reproduction of that photo and was eager to see the real view.  And it was a magnificent view — with the majestic El Capitan and the aptly named Half Dome peaks with the green Yosemite valley in between and a tiny thread of the Bridal Veil Falls on one side.

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