Picture: Alpenglow at sunset on Mount Dana, reflected in alpine tarn at Tioga Pass, Yosemite National Park, California
It’s going to be a number of months until this scene can be seen just like this. At just shy of 10,000 feet in elevation, Tioga Pass should be deep in snow, with grass coveredÂ meadows now lying under several feet of the white stuff. So why post this picture today? This just happens to be one of 300 newly scanned, cleaned, keyworded images, now set for distribution to my agents. As it stands, my
workslow, workFLOW has me doing image production in batches of 240 – 320 (ct.) images at a time. IÂ have over 5,000 images in the queue, so even finishing 300 images seems like such a small victory, but it’s a victory nonetheless. Eventually I’llÂ be adding a bunch of the images from this collection to my online Yosemite and Eastern Sierra galleries.
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