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Yosemite National, California
My photograph of Lembert Dome is a perfect example of an amazing moment adding depths of remembrance to my artistic heart.
I set out exploring the day following Tioga Road toward Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite National Park. It was here where I recognized a potential photograph in the making.
I was fortunate to have the blending of the right ingredients for me to make a photograph.
The elements complemented the sense of place. Tenacious pines growing
out of the granite, the sky and clouds, clear blue and white, a cool breeze,
and the warmth of the springtime sun was intoxicating in itself let alone
making a photograph of this experience. As I walked around observing,
as I often do before I pick up my camera, I had searched the scene until
it showed me the spot to make my picture.
I recall setting up my view camera, exposing my black and white sheet film; then, after I packed my gear, I sat saturating my senses for quite some time. Wonderful time. Exhausted, and exhilarated by the experience.
I’m honored, and grateful that Lembert Dome allowed me to make a photograph of her majestic beauty.
* Hand Printed by photographer Roy Pope on 11x14 silver-gelatin photographic
* Selenium toned and processed to archival standards
* Print sizes are approximate
* Mounted and overmatted to 16x20 finished size with 4ply archival rag
* Each print is signed and dated on the mount, and has identification
information on verso
Price: $300.00 each
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