August 13, 2018

The Home Of Ansel Adams! Its fair to say I was pretty excited as I´m sure most landscape photographers would be.

Whilst chasing winter around the world, we had a quick visit to Yosemite National park. With hopes of being blown away by the sheer size of the infamous rock climbing routes, inspired by the subjects that caught Ansel Adams´s attention, and enjoying the summer outdoors we ended up battling a thick layer of smoke which engulfed the valley.

Follow along as I hunt for views and capture some unique photo ops.

- Carl



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