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National Park Photograph - El Capitan Yosemite National Park by Bob and Nadine Johnston

El Capitan Yosemite National Park is a photograph by Bob and Nadine Johnston which was uploaded on April 8th, 2013.

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what a great capture! I love rocks they are captivating with their textures colors anf forms ..this one is an absolute stunner! If that rock could talk it would have a long story to tell I am sure!

Many days you can see climbers on the rock, ElCap is so huge. They look like ants without binoculars or a telephoto lens. They seldom show in pictures unless you zoom with 450 mm telephoto.

Awesome job

One of my new favorites from you. Great clarity and contrast. Magnificent.sharing.


Super capture. v

This is fabulous, Bob!! fv

Wow! The details in the rock are fantastic...and look great against the deep blue sky in the background!

What a wonderful image, Bob! Feels like you're actually there! V & Tweet.

Excellent POV with a very nice background!! v/f

Simply spectacular!

Excellent. Great colours and detail in this very impressive monolith. Voted.

Great landscape capture. voted/fave for "Artists News" thread.

Fabulous image, love this great capture!! F/V/F/P btw, love your paper!! :-))

Wow capture! F/V. Marcie

Beautiful shot of El Capitan! f/v

Wonderful strength in this image.

Great composition - so magnificent looking.

Very nice colors and composition. v/f/fb

This is so Beautiful..../v/t/f

Thank you for all the comments. Yosemite became a very special place for me, and some close friends. At times have spoken of the Motorcycle club that five of us Started, which grew to 82 couples, when I had to quite due to disabilities... Over 90% were Veterans, about 5% active duty members. Every Memorial Day, we made a three day trip to Yosemite. We felt it a much better place to be, to remember those who Gave All. We preferred it to a Cemetery with the speeches, etc. We could sit around a campfire, and talk about those we had lost. To Honor them by remembering the good stories about good people, with those who totally understood how we felt. Only those who have "Seen the Elephant" can really under stand what it is like.... Its became some of the best therapy we can have to remember the good experiences with those who were willing to die for us, and had. We and our Wives, Children, Grandchildren, our Families, will never Forget.... Even today, just writing, it brings tears, but those tears are also healing...

Wonderful capture of this icon! v

Beautiful shot and composition, Bob. V/F

A must visit for sure!v

Beautiful shot!

That is pure eye candy! Sharp, detailed , great DOP. Vote Fav

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