The Annual Migration (and a video)

In video

If you’ve never been to Yosemite in February you’ve missed one of the greatest migratory events in recent history. The flocking of the photographers. Every year the photographers migrate in from their winter nesting grounds for 2 weeks to preen themselves and take pictures of Horsetail Fall in the setting light of the winter Sun. This year I attended the annual migration and was amazed at the mass of photographers filling every nook and cranny where you could see El Capitan. Let me tell you, monarch butterflies and swallows at Capistrano have nothing on these guys. Here’s a short video clip I captured of Horsetail at this years meetup. If you look close you can see a second waterfall about 100 yards from the main fall. Best viewed in HD on Youtube.

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