This past week was definitely the best backpacking trip i’ve ever had, and maybe one of the best experiences i’ve had hands down. I took some photos, but i’ll say right now that they aren’t the traditional Yosemite photos your are used to seeing. That’s because I spent almost no time in Yosemite Valley, which is where the campers/tourists hang out and have your typical, albeit, amazing views such as Glacier Point, Tunnel view, taft point, as well as others. Don’t get me wrong, the valley is absolutely amazing! But I can say that being alone and not seeing a soul for 48 hours in the backcountry of Yosemite is a incredible experience. Over the next couple weeks I hope to share some of my experience with you through my photos. If you have any questions about backpacking there, don’t hesitate to ask because I learned a lot over the past week and all the research I did. Much love everyone!
This first shot was taken at the end of my trip as I was coming back, hiking down the mist trail. Wow, this was a crazy experience! However after being a lone and not seeing anyone for 3 days it was a little overwhelming seeing hundreds and hundreds of tourists packed in this area, waiting in line to climb the granite stairs to see Vernal Falls. 📸👇🏼
@nikonusa 50mm f/1.4 G
@HoyaFiltersUSA Polarizing filter
This is a handheld 3 shot HDR image merged in Photomatix, and then edited in Lightroom, Photoshop, and Nik Software suite.
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