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News 10: “Searchers on Monday intensified their efforts to find a U.C. Davis student who was last seen on the John Muir Trail near Yosemite National Park. They are now focusing their efforts on the Merced Lake area. About 50 searchers are looking for Hyundo Ahn, including two helicopters and a number of horseback riders. […]
On the spine of Matthes Crest Originally uploaded by mlog. Misha Logvinov takes some truly awesome photos from some truly awesome places. Places you can only get to with some blood, sweat, and determination. Here’s a great shot from the top of Mathes Crest, one of the more prominent spires in Yosemite National Park. Fantastic […]
Thanks to Brian (tabhastal), I am now one of the administrators of the Yosemite group on Flickr. Yah! *applause* If you want to show off your photos, sending them to the group is one of the easiest ways. I was also thinking it might be neat if we had a meet-up in Yosemite. What say […]
I like email and I like talking to people. I’m also always happy to answer questions and share what I know about the Park. On the same note, I’d like to hear from you. If you’ve got a story, an interesting bit of information, a cool picture you’d like to share with me, or if […]
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R. Dandridge sent me this image of Mono-Paiute women with children playing along side a stream. Dandridge: This is from the book “Tisayac of the Yosemite” by M.B.M. Toland.A book of poems and early Indian legends of Yosemite, first edition 1891. The drawing was done by Frederick Dielman. ?Paiute women and children in Yosemite Valley.