Our Yosemite Excursions - Raymond Marlow Photography

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HIGH COUNTRY BEAUTY

water covers the granite in a shallow 
pocket of Tenaya Lake
(Operation Loner, Aug 2004)

After moving around Tenaya Lake I found these rocks isolated by the water in a section of the Lake. Using the early morning light and a polarizer the colors in the surrounding area seem to come out, leaving me with a tiny snapshot of the beauty I was experiencing at the moment. 
  
On a side note in a separately brilliant move on my part I almost destroyed the entire roll by jamming the darkslide back into the film holder and letting light in.  Part of the film was damaged on the right side but cropping  fortunately allowed me to save most of the image .  

When I see the beauty in a photograph the time is taken to truly expose the image with my eyes.   What may be captured on film can never replace the moment of viewing it and thanking the heavenly father for allowing me to see it.  When the film is developed and the excursion has ended it is only the remembrance of that moment and a vision of a slice of film that is left to ponder over for the eternity of my time left on this earth. 

Raymond Marlow

HIGH COUNTRY BEAUTY

water covers the granite in a shallow
pocket of Tenaya Lake
(Operation Loner, Aug 2004)

After moving around Tenaya Lake I found these rocks isolated by the water in a section of the Lake. Using the early morning light and a polarizer the colors in the surrounding area seem to come out, leaving me with a tiny snapshot of the beauty I was experiencing at the moment.

On a side note in a separately brilliant move on my part I almost destroyed the entire roll by jamming the darkslide back into the film holder and letting light in. Part of the film was damaged on the right side but cropping fortunately allowed me to save most of the image .

When I see the beauty in a photograph the time is taken to truly expose the image with my eyes. What may be captured on film can never replace the moment of viewing it and thanking the heavenly father for allowing me to see it. When the film is developed and the excursion has ended it is only the remembrance of that moment and a vision of a slice of film that is left to ponder over for the eternity of my time left on this earth.

Raymond Marlow

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