For those of you who think it all been done before by AA, you should dig the archives here at the Oakland
Museum to see the work of photographers doing remarkable work in Yosemite before AA was even born.
Even the same tripod holes won't fetch the same shot - never will. When I was a kid my older brother would
save up his money for those big glossy Eliot Porter coffee table books. I'd flip through the pages with a sheet
of cardboard to visualize my own "crop" of the scene - which was always tighter than Porter's. Then the light
is rarely the same twice. I've had well-known photographers dump their workshops on me so they could wander
off and do their own thing in peace. "Just follow the guy with that big camera". Annoying - but even standing
side by side they'll never get the same shot. Too many nuances.