No hostile crowds of determined shoppers, no angst over not having money to spend, no fistfights in the parking lot over a contested parking spot. No canned music, no screaming kids on Santa’s lap, no elves with attitudes, no tacky Christmas decorations. No strings of lights drooping, no eco-friendly LEDs, no shards of shattered glass balls. Just the lovely sky, patient Half Dome, and the eternal, timeless beauty of Yosemite. It was the perfect kick-off to my holiday season.
Moonrise, Black Friday, 2007In Day Tripping, Local, Photography, Photography in Yosemite, Yosemite Photos
I am a middle-aged woman living and working in Yosemite Valley. I am a photographer by vocation, and a cashier for a paycheck. I've lived here for 7 years. I have red hair, and turned 50 in 2009. I am a U.S. Navy vet.
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