Mirror Lake Stream

Hiking along the stream towards Mirror Lake in Yosemite National Park, I noticed the great colors and flow patterns of the water in this shot, but had a difficult time getting into the right position.  I climbed onto a huge sloping boulder in the middle of the stream and my boots kept slipping, and several times I thought I was going to fall 15-20' down into the water.  

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