Here’s an image of an awesome sunset in the Tuolumne Meadows area of Yosemite National Park. One of the things about photographing in unfamiliar mountain territory is that sometimes the light can do things you don’t quite expect. This was one of those times where I planned out the shot I was going to take at sunset and the sky began to light up in a different direction. It’s times like this that flexibility is key, not to mention the ability to run with all your gear! The 8,000 ft altitude made it tough but I ran flat about for about a quarter mile and set up for this shot while panting heavily. Not what I had planned but minus the stich in my side, I felt it worked out well!
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