What could be more mysterious than a wall of fog or clouds? You never know what is behind: mountains, or a greater storm, or a new life.

Then the veil lifts for a few precious seconds and the tree stands alone but resolute.

Covered again by clouds, the mystery resumes.

I captured this image a couple of weeks ago on my trip to Yosemite with Julian, my oldest son.

This entry was posted in Landscape, Photography, Yosemite.

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