Moon Shadow of Half Dome

I took this photograph during my vigil on the top of Half Dome at about 11:20PM. It’s a 569 second exposure at f/4 and ISO 100. The view is facing pretty much due east. You can see the recognizable profile of Half Dome in the moon shadow in the foreground of the photo.

For more of the story behind this image, see Snakes and Ladders, Half Dome by Starlight, and Midnight Rambles.

This entry was posted in Digital Night, Landscape, Photography.

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