The wind blowing Bridalveil Fall (taking pictures without getting the camera wet was a challenge!)
A lone tree in Yosemite
Half Dome from the roadside pull-off. Half Dome (8,842 ft.) is among the most recognized natural features in Yosemite, its western face is a sheer cliff of Plutonic granite - the youngest in Yosemite.
Bridalveil Fall from the parking lot.
Bridalveil Fall - (620 ft.) called "Pohono" or "spirit of the puffing wind" by the Ahwahneechee Indians. The wind often blows the falls sideways giving it the appearance of a "bride's veil".
A small river below Bridalveil Fall
Not so windy Bridalveil Fall
Windy Bridalveil Fall through the leaves. My fav.
The view from Wawona Road between Bridalveil Fall and the south exit.
Half Dome again.
Half Dome and the road below.
Dead trees in Yosemite.
Looking up at Giant Sequoia in the Mariposa Grove.
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A HUGE Giant Sequoia in the Mariposa Grove in front of parked cars.
A dead Giant Sequoia in the Mariposa Grove. That's my lens cap to show you how BIG the sequoia is.
A Mighty Giant Sequoia in the Mariposa Grove.
Catching the Amtrak train back from Fresno to San Francisco. (It was late both directions.)