Picture: Flowing water next to rock in waterfall (Detail), Horsetail Falls, Desolation Wilderness, California
Does this ever happen to you?
You follow a moderately difficult trail a mile and a half (mostly uphill) through mountainous terrain at an elevation over 6,000 feet, on a trail you’ve never been on, to reach a waterfall you’ve seen but not been to, and come face to face with a wonderful cascade of water tumbling hundreds and hundreds of feet over steep Sierra granite…?
… then do you also (like me) spend most of your time shooting tiny little detail shots with a telephoto lens on pictures that perhaps show only 0.0025% of said waterfall?
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