SnowmenIn Uncategorized Here’s a pretty funny image I caught on the Yosemite Association webcam this afternoon in between bouts of cleaning. Share Tweet Previous Post Chains Required Next Post A Man and a Snowman Loyd For over 30 years I've enjoyed hiking, backpacking, fishing, photographing and exploring Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada. More About the Author. You may also read!Yosemite Open for Firefall but Reservations Required February 18, 2021 699 0 CommentsBy: Loyd If you're planning on visiting Yosemite to take in the world famous firefall over the next couple of weeksRead More...Yosemite Closed March 22, 2020 3817 0 CommentsBy: Loyd UPDATE: Yosemite National Park is open but reservations from recreation.gov are required to enter the park for ALL activities. DueRead More...Glacier Point and Tioga Roads Close for Season December 30, 2019 4089 0 CommentsBy: Loyd It's that time of year again when snow closes the Tioga Pass and Glacier Point roads. With the heavyRead More... 4 commentsOn Snowmen Debbie March 6, 2007 at 11:35 am I saw it too and came here to see if you knew about it. HAHA! Good humor. Adam Long March 19, 2007 at 11:12 pm I confess i made the snowmen on March 5th. For my resoning behind it check out my website at http://www.adamlongstudio.com Pingback: Yosemite Blog » Blog Archive » The Snowmen Maker Reveals Himself () Pam March 24, 2007 at 8:59 am Adam To say I was surprised to see your snowmen at Sentinel Dome was an understatement. I replaced my screensaver of the view from Ahwhanee meadow with them because they were so quirky and unexpected. When I got over my surprise and jealousy that I wasn’t able to do that too, I laughed out loud so thank you for that. I live in Northern Ireland and visited Yosemite in 2005 as part of a trip to California and ever since then I have wanted to back so much that I visit the webcams at least weekly. I see the access that I have to these images as bringing me closer to and keeping me in touch with a place I fell in love with at first sight of El Capitan and Half Dome . I love to watch the changing scenes and seasons and I feel a part of it all, the way I would not if I only saw pictures in magazines or books. Whatever keeps you making that round trip keeps drawing me back to the webcams….. until I can make it back there in person. Keep up the good work Regards Pam Comments are closed.