I went out to the west end of Tuolumne Meadows the other evening and there were 50 deer, they were every where. This starts out with some of the herd feeding and playing in the meadow. Then I follow the Tuolumne River downstream towards Glen Aulin next to some cascades heavy with snow melt run off.
Yosemite's famous Jeffrey Pine on Sentinel Dome, whose poetic beauty and unique, wind-swept formation made it one of the most photographed trees in the park. The gnarled tree, photographed by Carleton Watkins in 1867 and later made famous by Ansel Adams, had stood dead since a severe drought in 1977. It finally fell sometime between Aug. 9 and 11.
Half Dome and the high country lit up by the full moon taken from Glacier Point 11:37 pm 3/22/08 The moon is just out of view on the right and it was so bright that it was almost like daytime. 35 sec, f/4, Mode: Manual, ISO: 400
Horsetail Falls, El Capitan, Yosemite 3/5/08 5:24 pm
The falls are not getting the very last red sun set light although with all the water and wind spray it is quite a sight to see.