Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Today’s Photo of the Day is a beautiful shot of Upper Yosemite Fall reflected in a very glassy pool of water. I love the color and richness of this shot. Beautiful work, Charlene. Photo by Charlene-SJ via Flickr.com
Archive for November, 2008
Here’s a really awesome photo for Photo of the Day from Jason Manzatt. Great shot, Jason. Photo by Jason Manzatt via Flickr.
Wendy from the UK wrote in: “We are trying to squeeze in a last adult holiday in California in January before our first baby is born (in May)! Everyone we speak to says you can’t miss Yosemite so we’d love to visit but on investigation it seems a lot of the area won’t be available [...]
Today’s Photo of the Day more than makes up for the lack of one yesterday. It’s a superbly beautiful black and white of water a silky smooth waterfall captured by Ian Guerra. Nice work, Ian. Well done. Photo by Ian Guerra via Flickr.
Here’s a really cool video I came across about the hike in to Cathedral Lake then on to Sunrise High Sierra Camp and Tenaya Lake.
On October 7 and 8, 2008, two rockfalls occurred in Yosemite Valley, affecting the Curry Village area. This resulted in the temporary closure of many of the visitor accommodations until a thorough geologic assessment could be completed. During this time, National Park Service (NPS) geologists, in collaboration with the U.S. Geological Survey, and other national [...]
The recent warm weather has brought about a rare occurence, the Glacier Point Road will be reopening. Starting tomorrow November 21, 2008, at 8:00 a.m. the road will reopen to all traffic. The snackbar and gift shop will remain closed but the vault toilets will be useable. Grab your camera. The views this time of [...]
Today’s Photo of the Day is a beautiful black and white that Edie had put up some time ago and I must have missed but man, I love it. Very nice, Edie. Does it come with a frame? For more information on Edie’s beautiful photos and even how you can get one to decorate your [...]
The Associated Press is reporting that last months rock slide which damaged parts of Curry Villages tent accommodations could cause the tents in that area to be closed permanently, cutting tent camping in Curry Village in half. The park advisory committee could decide as early as this week whether or not to close the section [...]