Olympus D-450Z Photo Gallery
by Jeff Keller, DCRP Webmaster [Updated Tuesday, November 9, 1999]

You read the review of this camera, right?

Here are some photos from Yosemite National Park, taken Halloween weekend. Most of them were shot in HQ mode, though some are SHQ.

The shores of Mono Lake, about 1.5 hours from the Yosemite Valley. Tufa towers--made of Calcium Carbonate--stick out of the salty lake. More tufa towers.

This is the most bizarre gas station I've ever seen. It's in Lee Vining, CA, right near the 120/395 junction. The place had a cafe inside, where one person got served lamb shank! Outside, there is a trapeze set. Very, very weird. El Capitan, before sunset. A few minutes later...

From up on Tioga Rd, looking towards Half Dome. From the same spot, looking the other way (East?) The traditional shot of Yosemite, from the tunnel entrance.

Yosemite Falls.. without the water. All bodies of water in the park were dried up. Here we are at the base of lower Yosemite Falls, looking up. If I was here in the spring, I'd be a dead man. Mule Deer

Yet more deer. Looking through the trees at the Ahwanee. Half Dome, taken from empty Mirror Lake.

Mirror Lake.. empty indeed. Heed this warning! And here's why! This guy has a mouthful of something!

A beautiful fall scene in Yosemite. A hand held macro shot of a flower at the Tenaya Lodge.
Panoramic shot, using the camera's built-in panorama helper. Stitched in QuickStitch (included with camera).


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