I have uploaded a few more images from my adventure in Yosemite. Here is one that I particularly like. I was hiking down from Glacier Point the second day after it opened for the season. The clouds were socked in around Glacier Point so it provided this great atmosphere to the scene. The misty clouds hung in the trees like a dream, so trying to capture as much as I could. I captured this shot of the forest, its not a postcard view, its a view of a healthy natural forest, just waking up from winter. Hope you enjoy and stay tuned for more to come.
I was trying to capture the overwhelming presence that this scene had. So I shot it at 24mm with my 24-70mm f/2.8. Unfortunately there was some lens distortion that I fixed in post, however the lines of the trees still are converging in the distance. That is a testament to how large these trees really are, and how naturally grand the forest when protected and left to be the way it wants to be, will be. So click the image above to go and check out more images from Yosemite.