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Chat with Mark Boster on photographing Yosemite

October 18, 2010 |  3:05 pm

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Mark_boster Mark Boster spent a year photographing the four seasons in one of his favorite places: Yosemite National Park. Those photos were published over the weekend in a gallery that showcases the park's splendor: the early blooms and rushing waterfalls of spring, the clear skies and abundant visitors of summer, the golden hues of fall, and winter's frozen beauty. "The project of my dreams," he calls it.

In fact, Boster has been photographing Yosemite his entire 35-year professional career. In Sunday's Travel section, he reminisced about childhood road trips to the park with his family. "I've never broken the Yosemite habit," he wrote.

Boster will be chatting with readers on Tuesday at 11 a.m. about the project and his photos. Come back to latimes.com/readers to ask him your questions.

 

Photo: Mirror Lake reflects Mt. Watkins and the nearby fall foliage. Credit: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

 

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