Ready to do some summer reading? Send us your favorite Yosemite book then follow along on the blog.
This photographer holds a special place in every nature photographers heart and has been a source of inspiration to us all. Can you guess who it is before you click the link?
Digital Landscape Photography: In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams – Another Great Book to Add to Your Collection
Here’s another great Michael Frye book you’re going to want to add to your collection.
If you love Yosemite and history here’s another great book you’re not going to want to pass up.
Got some down time? Need something to do while you’re waiting for your husband at the dentist office? Grab these books and add them to your library.
If you read the last post and realized you’ve never read John Muir’s book, My First Summer in the Sierra well here you go. The book is in public domain and available FREE from Google Books. Don’t bend the cover will ya’. It’s old. If you want a dead tree version rather than a digital [...]
If you couldn’t wait yesterday and ran out to get an iPad first thing when they went on sale then i have a special treat for you. You can get The Yosemite by John Muir or The Indians of Yosemite by Galen Clark free from iBooks. Simply download the iBooks app then go to the [...]
If you’re just kicking it around the house this Memorial Day weekend and you’re in the mood for something interesting to read I’d recommend getting The Last Season by Eric Blehm The Last Season is the story of Randy Morgenson, a former Yosemite/Sequoia – Kings Canyon backcountry ranger. Randy was often thought of as the [...]
Although the cables up Half Dome are getting ready to come down for the season it’s the perfect time to lose a few pounds and start getting in shape to make the trek next year. Rick Deutsch, author of One Best Hike: Yosemite’s Half Dome, sent me an email to let me know he’s going [...]
Avid reader Phil wrote me this great email: “I’ve just read your blog on the moonbows and thought it worth a mention that a guy called Michael Frey who lives in the valley and works (or worked) at the Ansel Adams Gallery has written a superb photographers guide to the valley, it’s a pocket book [...]