Instapicked: Caught in the ActIn Instapicked If you’re going to deface public property, it’s probably a good idea not to post photos of it on Instagram or Facebook or Youtube. Just sayin’. Photo by christineqhuang via Instagram. Share Tweet Topics: featured instagram instapicked vandalism Previous Post Weekly Weather Rundown Memorial Day Edition Next Post Well that’s a little unexpected Loyd For over 30 years I've enjoyed hiking, backpacking, fishing, photographing and exploring Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada. More About the Author. You may also read!NPS Announces New Rules for Horsetail Fall (firefall) event February 2, 2018 177 0 CommentsBy: LoydIf you've ever been you know the Horsetail Fall event, commonly known as the firefall, is one of theRead More...Mike Reynolds Named Superintendent of Yosemite January 25, 2018 179 0 CommentsBy: LoydMike Reynolds, a 31-year NPS veteran and a third-generation NPS employee, will be returning to the park as theRead More...Highway 41 Closed Temporarily December 5, 2017 218 0 CommentsBy: LoydIf you're coming from Fresno and headed to Yosemite Valley or if you're staying at the Tenaya Lodge orRead More... 4 commentsOn Instapicked: Caught in the Act THEYosemiteBlog May 19, 2014 at 4:55 am Is this photo considered evidence? http://t.co/NSU8rReSzw THEYosemiteBlog May 19, 2014 at 4:57 am @YosemiteNPS Pass it on to a LEO. http://t.co/1OJLwQXU1n SonoraNews May 19, 2014 at 5:11 am Instapicked: Caught in the Act: If you’re going to deface public property, it’s probably a good idea not to post… http://t.co/AsHkYNuQsJ Pingback: Instapicked: Crushing El Cap | High Sierra Rambles () Comments are closed.