photo by John Delcourt, via Flickr
As I’ve said before, if a photo says something about getting from Point A to Point B, it’s eligible for our daily “art of transit” post. If you haven’t guessed already, the above photo — which I love, love, love — was taken of Yosemite National Park, looking to the east from an airplane. That’s Half Dome in the lower righthand side at the base of Tenaya Canyon. If you look close to the right of Half Dome you can see a Vernal Fall. That’s Mono Lake on the far lefthand side of the frame and Crowley Lake, near Mammoth Lakes, is just visible below the plane’s engine.
Excellent work, John! The photo was taken with the iPhone’s Hipstamatic app, by the way.
To submit a photo for the Art of Transit, post it to Metro’s Flickr group, email it to email@example.com or Tweet it to @metrolosangeles with an #artoftransit hashtag. Many of the photos we’ve featured can be seen in these galleries on Flickr.
Categories: The Art of Transit
That is an amazing photograph! I really like how the sun created a starburst effect in the sky.