I wasn't too happy with the clouds coming in to block a strong silhouette of the Grand Teton mountain range last week. But after I got home and played with the post-processing, I discovered this gem. It was then I realized I had been standing where Ansel Adams was standing. I knew this is where he took his famous picture. But the crop is so very close. The left and right margins are almost identical. (I did not crop my image here.) The trees have grown. The river changed course some. The mountains are still the same.
It's a thrill to not only capture the image, but to feel like you've walked back in time to meet a photography icon.
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