Sky Watch #32


IMG_0106, originally uploaded by M'roy.

Continuing on, we stopped by Inspiration Point for this view that's been photographed milion of times before, always during the summertime. Rainclouds hung heavy as rain continued to fall while I took this shot from inside a parked car. That impressive monolith on the left is the world famous Half Dome and the falls to the right is Bridalveil Falls.

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Comments

  1. I'm inspired! Great capture, love it!

    I wish it were a long weekend for me... sigh.

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  2. Truely one of the must visit places on my list. I really hope to be able to see it one day.
    Fantastic, Thanks.

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  3. They may be rain clouds, but i find them beautiful.

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  4. That's a wonderful shot. Thanks for showing the wondrous site.

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  5. Very, very cool skywatch picture. It is on my list of must go to places too.

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  6. What a great shot. So dramatic. I love shots just before or during rain.

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  7. I love that view each time I see it. I saw it once in Sept.; it was dried up but still magnificent. Wonderful shot.

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  8. Wow those mountains. Very exciting. I would love to visit. Have a great weekend :-)

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  9. Worth a thousand words is right, what a jaw droppping photo, its perfect.

    Have a great weekend!
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  10. Well, I can see why everyone who sees this scene wants to take a photo. I would too. ;-)

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  11. And it'll probably be photographed a million more times. 'Cos it's just that kind of scene! this is gorgeous!

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  12. It looks like the sky was falling directly in front of you. And just those mountains were able to keep it from touching the ground.
    Amazing, gorgeous atmosphere and drama.
    I really like keeping up with your travel photos:-) Your journey must have been an experience.
    Happy skywatching and have a nice weekend.

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  13. I fell for that composition at once. Simplicity and complexity at the same time. There is skill here.

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  14. Absolutely an awesome photo.

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  15. Ahhh, the clouds lean down to kiss the earth -- beautiful!

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  16. Well even if it has been photgraphed before its still a wonderful shot. Would love to see something like that in person.

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  17. We took a family picture in that very spot in about 1980.
    I like the dark clouds and moody atmosphere. But of course, Yosemite is always beautiful.
    Great photo.

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  18. This photo is really super!:o)

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  19. Now there's a place I'd love to visit. Thanks for sharing your beautiful scenes.

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  20. I think that Inspiration Point is a name well chosen! For this photo is full of mystery and very impressive. Have a nice SWF.

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  21. Another dramatic shot, Maria!

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  22. Amazing view! I can understand why it's called Inspiration Point.

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  23. A place that's worth visiting even for a million times. No one would ever get tired of views like this! :P

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  24. I had to do a double take. Very good. I love this picture.

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  25. PC: What a great capture in the mist for SWF.

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  26. Beautiful picture. Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Wow....That is a stunning shot. I haven't been to that part of the country..it looks beautiful...

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  28. This is a magnificent shot. Wow, thanks for sharing.

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  29. looks more like a backdrop painting. you can consider this as a world wonder!

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  30. Wow! What an awesome shot! The clouds hovering over the top of those mountains is beautiful!

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  31. How cool, what a beautiful scene you are sharing with us all in Sky Watch Friday. Thanks for your kind comments on my post earlier.

    Do like the photo of the little church in the woods, very peaceful.

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  32. what a magnificent place! fantastic-looking clouds.

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  33. Those rain clouds are like a lifted veil over that amazing landscape.

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  34. All I can say is WOW! I love this shot - Those clouds look so heavy I'm surprised they are managing to stay in the atmosphere! Great SkyWatch!

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  35. What a magnificent sight! It's great to see those dark clouds around the mountains. Seems you could almost pick the waterdrops from the sky.
    Have a good weekend!

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  36. Amazing photo! The best I've seen today! Thank you for sharing!!

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  37. I live in Arizona and it's amazing and wonderful to see when the clouds hover through the mountains. Great picture.

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  38. I like your shot of this famous view partially because of the different weather. It's a great place to visit. Nice shot.

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  39. Quel paysage magnifique, j'aime beaucoup, bravo et bonne journée.

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  40. a different shot...i have never seen it from that locale before.
    have a wonderful weekend.
    erin

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  41. A powerfull compotion!
    Great picture ! ! !
    Il love your photoblog!
    Gr.
    P-TER

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  42. Wow!! You have an amazing blog. We have our own Bridal Veil Falls here, too.

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  43. Yes. I have only seen it in summer. Lovely all the same. I have an Ansell Adams of that scene on my desk.

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  44. What a superb view. The perspective between the mountains is incridible!

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  45. The sky and scenery look mystical in your photo. I need to get there and see for myself.

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  46. It's captivating how those rain clouds seem to hover so low in the sky.

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