Wednesday, November 4, 2009

ABC Wednesday: P is for Photographers

Grace and I were at photographic tours for almost 10 days in California. The first part of the tour was at Yosemite National Park, the second part was at Eastern Sierra. We have many fellow photographers in our tour. Here is our leader Dave Wyman in front of the Half Dome of Yosemite.

Grace photographed this photographer photographing a group of photographers at Merced River, Yosemite. She is a young pharmacist and a ethusastic photographer from California.

This is actually a reflection from a small water pool of one of our fellow photographer. I turn the picture upside down.

The amazing golden light reflected from the Twin Lake near Bridgeport, California is the reflection of morning sunlight shone on a nearby mountain. She is a professional photographer from Haiti.

Can you see the reflection of both of us in the window. It was shot at the ghost town of Bodie. It is the best preserved original mining town in the West.

You can see more of our photos of Yosemite here and Eastern Sierra here.

To see more entries of ABC Wednesday click here.

23 comments:

photowannabe said...

Wonderful pictures. I'm glad you could visit my state and see the sights that are very close to where I live.
I love the silhouette of your leader against Half Dome. its very clever.

Reader Wil said...

Stunning photos, my friends! The reflection is great for weekend reflections!

Carol said...

Great photos...looks like it was a wonderful trip.

Carol said...

I clicked over to your links. What marvelous photos you have there!

Leslie: said...

Wow! Great shots, especially the reflection one. I had to look twice to realise that it was actually a reflection!

Mara said...

What great photos. The first one made me smile, because it looks like one of those shadow dolls. And the one taken in the lake: how fantastically calm was that water.
Beautiful!

Sylvia K said...

Terrific captures, Grace and Bradley! Love the first shot, but they are all excellent -- and fun! That makes them even better!

Enjoy!

Sylvia

Joy said...

Lovely photographs, a wonderfully imaginative and diverse take on reflections.

Hildred and Charles said...

Oh, I love your silhouetted pictures. That must have been a great adventure.

Jama said...

I love that shot of the photographer's reflection in the water! It's so crystal clear, I wouldn't know it's just a reflection if you didn't tell me.

Roger Owen Green said...

Could have used the 1st shot last week, against the Orange backdrop. But they're all good, esp the shot reflected in the water.

shu said...

Amazing photos - love them!

Janie said...

Great photos of the photographers. Love all the reflections, and that first silhouette shot is great.

Q said...

Being a butterfly photographer is such a peaceful life.....
Your photogrpahs are perfect for p day!
Sherry

Spiderdama said...

It is so beautiful in Yosemite National Park, but I've only seen it in pictures .. would like to visit it once. Great shots;-)

Life with Kaishon said...

I just love your pictures. What a fantastic time! I am going to my first ever photography workshop in just 10 days and I am SO so excited : ) Glad you had a wonderful time. I love the images you captured!

Tumblewords: said...

So exciting! These are wonderful photos!

Irene said...

Interesting post. I like that the photographers were being photographed.

Paula Scott said...

Oh! I see! That's how Ken Rockwell happened to be there-with a group of other photographers! Love the shot of the group leader. Great one for Shadow Shot Sunday.
What an absolutely gorgeous time of year to do that trip.

Dragonstar said...

Yosemite seems to be a photographer's dream! I love the last one - so many lines and textures, with the bonus of the reflections. Perfect!

Thanks for visiting.

Rose said...

Beautiful photos and the perfect place to go photo-hunting!

RuneE said...

I should have thought of that one! :-) But you did it well for all of us, and I'm impressed about how much you use tripods. I should, but you know...

Judi said...

Here's a toast to photographers!

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