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National park photo ops: No granite, no water, all Yosemite

In October, after the sun goes down, fog and low clouds often cling to the treetops in  Yosemite Valley. Using a tripod and a 70-200-millimeter lens from the Tunnel View overlook, you can isolate the clouds and make a picture that doesn’t involve Half Dome, the waterfalls or a river. It's something...
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