Thursday, November 18, 2004

Last day at Mono Lake

This picture is from our last day in Lee Vining, shooting Mono Lake.
We also shot some Sand Tufas at Navy Beach, will post the pictures later sometime Ya' all might be getting a lil' bored of all these tufas :)

After shooting the sunrise we headed for breakfast & shoot around June/Silver Lake.

I had the most delicious Lobster Taquitos at the Mobil Restaurant. If you are going to Yosemite during Spring/Summer when Tioga Road is open & have 3-4 hours to spare, do nothing else than driving the Tioga Pass to Lee Vining just to have lunch/dinner at the Mobil Restaurant. Drive (about 1.5 to 2 hours each way) is beautiful & food is worth much more.

Heading to back home we decided to take Tioga Pass again to shoot at several stops which we missed on our way to Mono Lake. Tenaya Lake is beautiful (will post some pics later).

Half Dome from Olmstead Point looks like this:

Three days passed just like that..... It was the best of the times, photographically speaking :). Three days of sheer photography with friendly folks, what more can you ask for?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice post, Durgi. I especially like the first photo, with the great detail and color in the clouds. Oddly, the Mobil sign makes me hungry.


7:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice shots Durgi. But I can't help thinking a ND filter or a polarizer would have helped with the last shot.


8:12 AM  
Blogger Durgesh Srivastava said...

Anand, this was a very high contrast day; I think I used a CPL.

10:43 AM  

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