Our good friend Dave pointed out to us a splendid collection of outdoor photography. We received permission to share this winter image of Bridal Veil Falls by Robomatt. The original is 600×800 pixels. Click the reduced image to the left to view the full photograph, direct on Robomatt’s fine site (external link). This image is in Robomatt’s “Winter in Yosemite” collection. While there, please do plan on spending some very worthwhile time viewing the other equally talented collections!
Here is the photo info that we received along with permission to post this shot:
We drove to Yosemite for the express purpose of seeing the snow falling off the trees as John Muir described, and we were not disappointed. As we drove along the valley floor, we would speed up and swerve so we could see and hear the snow hitting our windshield. We took a couple of quick stops to adjust the tire chains and snap a few pictures with our Canon PowerShot S200 (yes, point-and-shoot).
This photo was taken 3/4/06 at 10:45 am. It shows Bridal Veil Falls from the road as the sun came over the edge.
Tv (Shutter Speed) 1/400
Av (Aperture Value) 7.1
Lens 5.4 – 10.8mm
Focal Length 5.4mm
For more pictures by robomatt, please see our site http://www.robomatt.com/albums/.
We hope you enjoy this collection as much as we did, and thanks to Robomatt and Sara for graciously allowing us to share this with our viewers!
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