I’m still working on post-processing my Yosemite photos, and trying to come up with some clever gallery presentation for them on colin-wright.com. However, as I do that (and thirty other projects at the same time — my day job is getting in the way of my passion), I’ve found that Moose Peterson has published a gallery of his Yosemite shots, some of which were shot at DLWS last month.
Dang it, I don’t know what I’m doing different, ’cause some of mine — at least to me — are every bit as good as those. He’s got some older stuff there with fog and clouds that I never saw while we were there, but I think the first six shots are ones I saw while we were there. And I think I even took some images of the same subjects.
Moose gets to places I’ll never get to, and photographs critters I’ll never get close to. He really is a master behind the camera. I gotta tell ya, though, based on the landscapes he’s marketing, I think I’m ready to throw my landscape hat in the ring.