Final image in the series of reflections on the Merced River, Yosemite. Captured November 4, 2007. (Crossposted from the Little Red Tent) Three Brothers reflected in the Merced River.
Archive for April, 2012
Grab your camera! Call in sick! The dog wood trees are in full bloom!
If you haven’t seen this yet you need to come out of the cave and watch. It is one of the most beautiful time lapse videos of Yosemite I’ve seen yet.
Check out this really great photo Kristal took just after Glacier Point opened for the season.
The rumor has been confirmed the Tioga Road is open to bicycles. That means it’ll be a short time now and then cars will be allowed through.
Third in a series of four images of reflections on the Merced River in Yosemite. Captured November 4, 2007. (Crossposted from the Little Red Tent) Sunlight reflected on a thin layer of ice on the Merced River.
It’s rumored Tioga Pass will open to bicycle traffic on April 29th. More details as they become available!
Second of four images created November 4, 2007, of reflections on the Merced River in Yosemite. (Crossposted from the Little Red Tent) Cathedral Rocks reflected in the Merced River
From the NPS website: Last update: April 26, 2012 Tioga Road: The Tioga Road has been plowed, but much work remains, including significant road repairs and rock removal, along with plowing of parking lots, side roads, and clearing of ditches. There is no estimated opening date for the Tioga Road.