Reeder and his project were described at the Sierra Club website:
The two-year project, Yosemite Range of Light, uses nearly 7,000 high-resolution still photos to create an inspiring vision of light and granite, capturing rolling cloud formations and the rainbow-lit waterfalls of Yosemite.
Reeder first came to Yosemite after winning a local waiter contest where he grew up in Maryland. First prize was a trip to Napa Valley wine-country, but the 18-year-old convinced the prize committee to offer a change of venue. Choosing Yosemite as his destination instead, he brought along his best friend, who happened to have a camera. . . .
“I came out for a week and I did my first backpacking trip ever. We hiked to the top of Half Dome via the cables, which was an incredible experience. We hiked the whole South-Rim Trail from Glacier Point to Tunnel View. It to
- Yosemite time-lapse tour (timpanogos.wordpress.com)
- Photo: A Beautiful Rainbowed Waterfall at Yosemite National Park (laughingsquid.com)
- The Incomparable Yosemite Valley (paradisespringsmountain.wordpress.com)