Month: July 2010

Double Rainbow Jimmy Kimmel

Yosemite’s Paul Vasquez on Jimmy Kimmel (video)

If you've have enough of Yosemite's Paul Vasquez and his double rainbow video don't watch this. But if you

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Lembert Reflection by Robin Black

Photo of the Day: Lembert Reflection by Robin Black

I really don't have much to say about this photo other than IT'S THE MOST INSANELY FREAKIN' COOL PHOTO

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Rush Creek by Chris Austin

Wet Winter Means Good News For Mono Lake

Rush Creek flows towards Mono Lake in the distance. Photo by Chris Austin. Late winter storms and a heavy snow

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Tioga Road by Florencia Marchetti

Couple Suing Yosemite After Being Crushed By Tree

The Tioga Road in Yosemite National Park. Photo by Florencia Marchetti. A Eugene, Oregon couple has filed a lawsuit against

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Tuolumne Wildcat2 Fire Map

Three Fires Burning Within Yosemite National Park

Map: Wild and prescribed fires for July 21, 2010. Courtesy NPS. Two lightning caused fires were discovered Monday along the

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Bodie by Magnus Wrenninge

Photo of the Day: Bodie by Magnus Wrenninge

I love Bodie. For the uninitiated, Bodie is a ghost town that's now a California State Park. The buildings

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Mono Lake Timelapse by Scientificfantastic

Mono Lake Timelapse (video) by SCIENTIFANTASTIC

Mono Lake is one of my favorite places to shoot and it's just downhill from the Tioga Pass entrance

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Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne by Leor Pantilat

Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne (video) by Leor Pantilat

Leor Pantilat is one of those people backpackers look at and think is crazy. Equipped with only a minimal

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Yosemite Conservancy Video Cap

New Organization Debuts in Yosemite – The Yosemite Conservancy

In case you've been living in a cave the past few months there's some big news about the Yosemite

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Yosemite 1940s

A Bygone Era: Yosemite in the 1940s (video)

Here's an interesting archive reel from the 1940s of Yosemite National Park. Oh...how different things were back then.

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