Yosemite Falls Framed by Ponderosa Pines Acrylic Print
by Roger Passman
Yosemite Falls Framed by Ponderosa Pines by Roger Passman - 6.5" x 10"
Yosemite Falls Framed by Ponderosa Pines acrylic print by Roger Passman. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
I photographed Yosemite Falls framed by Ponderosa Pines in mid-morning. The Yosemite Valley, while beautiful, was disappointing. Likely because all... more
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I photographed Yosemite Falls framed by Ponderosa Pines in mid-morning. The Yosemite Valley, while beautiful, was disappointing. Likely because all of my prior knowledge of Yosemite came from Ansel Adams photographs, I thought I knew the place. In fact, everything i saw in the valley was not able to hold my visual attention, perhaps because of the familiarity or perhaps because I arrived in the valley after having driven the Tioga Pass which made everything I saw in Yosemite Valley pale in comparison. The freshness of Tioga Pass set against the mundane familiarity of Yosemite Valley didnít give the Valley or the Merced River a fighting chance. That being said, this image of Yosemite Falls is a particular favorite perhaps because driving through Tioga Pass one encounters Yosemite Creek Falls otherwise called Quaking Aspen Falls, a magnificent cascading waterfall before it becomes the famous upper falls rushing under the road and on to the valley.
Next time I am in the Eastern...
About Roger Passman
Forty-eight of my most popular images (based on views and sales) are found on the front page of my images gallery. Others love them, perhaps you will too! The second page of my images gallery displays my most recent images (unless one or more made the front page and was replaced by a more popular image.) Don't forget to look there and beyond too. _____________________________ I divide my time between Chicago in the summer and Phoenix in the winter. The first hint of cold, generally sometime in late October I flee the dreadful weather and head to Arizona. Conversely, when the temperature reaches 105 degrees for five consecutive days I run from the dreadful heat back to the humidity of the midwest. That, my friends, explains the split...
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CONGRATULATIONS, Roger! This magnificent artwork has been featured on the homepage of the FAA Group No Place Like Home, 07/02/2016!