Echo Peak with clouds, from Glacier Pt on April 20, 2012. (Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)
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First of four images created November 4, 2007 of reflections on the Merced River. (Crossposted from The Little Red Tent) The Merced River winds its way down from the high Sierra, flows over the Giant Staircase of Nevada and Vernal falls, converging with Tenaya Creek in Yosemite Valley. It eventually leaves the Sierra, and is […]
Horsetail Fall, April 16th, 2012. While February is the traditional month to photograph Horsetail Falls, and much has been written about the “natural firefall”, it’s good to keep in mind that this particular fall is photogenic whenever there is water flowing. It is the only fall in Yosemite that is not recessed into the granite […]
This image was captured in the White Mountains of California, east of the Sierra Nevada and Owens Valley. As average mean temperatures rise, the bristlecone pine groves move higher. Soon they will have no more place to go.
It’s close enough for a day trip but most Yosemite visitors miss the opportunity to visit the site of Today’s Photo of the Day.
I got into photography way back in the days before digital (I have the boxes full of slides and prints to prove it) and having a background in graphic media I’ve developed a pretty good eye for picking great photos. Today’s Photo of the Day by Shailendra Dhanoa is a truly great photo. It’s got […]
Today’s Photo of the Day comes to us from a great photographer and good friend of Yosemite Blog, Tony Immoos. Tony’s photos are, in my honest opinion, some of the best damn work on the internet. And you can quote me on that. Here’s a great black and white Tony sent in called “Pothole Dome”. […]