“Half Dome Through Frost” was a fun project from when I lived in Yosemite Valley. My job in the winter months included reporting ski conditions to all the media outlets each morning. That meant rising early and walking to my office past my car, parked outside my residence. I noticed on many occasions that frost had formed on the windows. I contemplated how I might take advantage of it and settled on an idea. One morning, I emerged to find the car enveloped in frost. I scraped the front windshield and drove the car – driver-side window down without the heat on to preserve the rest of the frost – to the straightaway adjacent to Cooks Meadow. I positioned the car so that when I opened the front passenger door, I could set my camera’s film plane parallel to the subject plane (the window), focus on the frost and frame the diffuse shape of Half Dome in the background. Looking through or past one subject to another, or a screen, is one of my favorite ways to view the world.