Yosemite 1967 by D.G. Fish

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Yosemite 1967 by D.G. Fish

Today’s Photo of the Day is this really great photo from 1967 posted on Flickr by D.G. Fish. I think the thing I noticed first was how much smaller Half Dome was back then. It’s really grown over the last 46 years. Just kidding, Half Dome can’t grow. They were a family of giants visiting the park. 😉

Great photo, D.G.

If you’ve got period photos of Yosemite please feel free to share them. They’re always fun and interesting to see. Just add them to the Group Pool on Flickr. Flickr is FREE and the easiest way to share photos with friends.

Photo by D.G. Fish via Flickr.

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