Today is the last day to make your voice heard so mouse over to the right and vote. This months question is: In light of the recent death on the Half Dome, do you think limits should be imposed on the number of people who can climb the cables each day? Results will be posted […]
Archive for July, 2007
More video popping up on YouTube of the SAR for Hirofumi Nohara on June 16, 2007.
Here’s another really cool hang gliding video. Anyone know how long you’re aloft? Looks like a long, long time.
So have you picked your Christmas Cards yet? Today’s Photo of the Day from Marc Crumpler, Chapel in Moonlight, is definitely one I’d send to all my family and friends. Marc’s got a lot of beautiful photos in his Flickr portfolio and I’m sure we’ll be seeing more of his stuff as Photo of the […]
Today’s Photo of the Day is one that is very dear to me, it’s the first photo taken by my son Zachary at age 3. I’m very proud. He loves looking at photos and has already destroyed one copy of my Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite and several Galen Rowell and Ansel Adams books. Maybe he’ll […]
If you’re one of those people who love the idea of staying in historic Camp 4, the longtime home of climbing in Yosemite, or you just couldn’t get a reservation and want to try your hand at the “first come first served” campsites then take a look at this great photo Terry Chay stitched together […]
Today’s Photo of the Day is another great shot from Edie that I thought just suited this lazy summer Sunday afternoon all too well. It just goes to show there are lots of beautiful things to take pictures of in Yosemite. Some you wouldn’t even expect. Beautiful shot, Edie. If you have a photo, a […]
Thank you to all of you who have been commenting, sending in emails and photos, and tagging your photos on Flickr. It’s great to see so much participation and get so much feedback. Please, keep them coming.
One of the great things about staying in a big campground in Yosemite like White Wolf, Tuolumne Meadows, Wawona, or Crane Flat is the evening campfire. The campfire starts at 8pm every night and features lectures, sing-a-longs and music, items of local interest and much more. So grab your blanket, your favorite beverage and your […]
Brice writes in to ask: “We will be camping near Fish Camp on the weekend of August 3rd. I was wondering if you know what level the Merced is at about now. We’d like to do a leisurely float trip with tubes and such while we’re there if it’s safe and doable. Or if you […]