Indomitable, photo by Harold Davis. View this image larger.

Winter morning in Yosemite dawned cold with flakes of snow and remnant fog, but the promise of a possible clear day with blue skies.

Provided you carefully archive your files, digital means never having to say you’re done. This is a re-processed version of Golden Wonder with the saturation taken down a bit.

Indomitable. Like the mountains in the winter. Like the digital photographer, always striving to perfect his cache of digital originals.

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  1. By Photoblog 2.0: » Photoblog 2.0 Archive: » Do Over on November 9, 2008 at 9:23 pm

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