I visited Yosemite in April of 2022 with the aim of getting some shots of the Pink Moon (My main focus was getting a shot of the moonbows). My last morning there, newly waning full moon would be setting at the west end of the valley between El Capitan and the cathedrals.
At this point I was running on little sleep, I'd hiked nearly 50 miles in two days, and was looking at a long travel day back home to Chicago.
Who needs rest.
The skies were clear and cold as the soft light of blue hour bathed the valley. With a 400mm telephoto lens and a 2x converter, I was able to punch right into the moon and the landscape of the Sierras. Which also meant I could watch it move across my viewfinder toward the horizon. For something that moves so slow, it moved really fast! I was continually adjusting to keep it in frame.
My star tracker app was slightly off, and I was running down the trail to find a good composition. I kept moving south, behind the chapel near sentinel bridge, until I reached the edge of the trees and cliffs. The moon dipped right behind a nice ridge with a pleasant shape, and I left Yosemite National Park happy.
All my prints are available in different sizes to complement the space you’re decorating:
12" x 18"
24" x 36"
Different materials bring the art to life with different details and textures:
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Frames are aluminum or wood with shatterproof, transparent plexiglass
Frames and print are delivered separate and need to be assemled
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Open editions highlight some of the amazing places I've been lucky enough to experience. They're perfect for collecting on a budget.