El Capitan and the Guadalupe Mountains

My last trip to the Guadalupe’s was for the sole purpose of instructing a young photography student on Landscape photography techniques. We had the opportunity to hike to Devil’s Hall and drive out to Williams Ranch taking pictures all along the way. But our goal and main purpose of the trip was to photograph El Captain at sunset. Here are a few of the shots we took of El-Capitan.

 From left to right is Shumard Peak (8615), Gudalupe Peak (8749) and El Capitan (8085). El Capitan looks highest from this angle but is actually the lowest.
This last shot was taken by the photography student and entered into a contest for which she won a gold medal.




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