Sentinel Rock in Black and White
Sentinel Rock - it lends itself well to the shark contrasts of black and white photography.

Black and White picture of Redwoods
This photo didn't actually start out in B&W. I just decided I wanted to "experiment" with Photoshop one day. I liked the result!

Click on the thumbnail images to see a larger picture. Most larger images are 40-100K in size.

Yes, even more photos. I just had some of these pictures developed, and have had fun enhancing them with Photoshop! If I had a nice darkroom, I could work on them that way, but Photoshop is much quicker, and a lot less smelly! (Those B&W photo chemicals smell a bit odd - not bad, but odd.)

I really need to start taking more B&W photos in Yosemite. They really can look quite lovely, especially on a "stark" or "bleak" day.

Yosemite Valley on a chilly March day
My little faithful car, which took me to Yosemite one chilly March day.

Bridalveil Falls
Bridalveil Falls in Black and White.
Stark rocks in Yosemite Valley, on a cold March day.
Looking up to the rocks above Yosemite Valley, you can still see plenty of snow.
Half Dome in Black and White
Another picture that didn't start out in Black and White. I decided to have fun with this Half Dome picture, and "Photoshopped" it to make it a nice little B&W photo!

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