The Captain's Shroud
El Capitan shrouded in early morning mist. From Tunnel View, Yosemite Valley, CA.
Half Dome, half-lit. From Tunnel View, Yosemite.
Face In The Falls
Falling water, blurred by a slow shutter speed, throws out patterns and forms not seen anywhere else in nature.
Snow-covered tree stretching out towards Cathedral Rocks, Yosemite Valley, CA.
View across the waterlogged Yosemite Meadows towards Cathedral Rock.
Ice clings to the edge of the river bank in the Swinging Bridge area of Yoesmite National Park, CA.
El Capitan resolutely refusing to come out from behind a veil of cloud, despite the gloom clearing from the rest of the valley. Yosemite National Park, Valley Viewpoint.
Upper Yosemite Falls, February 2011. Despite the cold, the falls were already running hard following a particularly snowy winter.
In the cold of a Yosemite winter, what starts out as a waterfall soon becomes a snowfall! The air was cold enough that the water refroze on the way down, forming a pile of snow by the time it reached the bottom of the cliff.
Despite the torrent of water cascading around it, one lone sapling has somehow managed to maintain a foothold.
Water splits around rocks above Wawona, Yosemite National Park.
From Tunnel View looking back towards Half Dome, with El Capitan covered in cloud.
Tree and grassland caught in the afternoon sunshine while the surrounding mountains are still in shade. Yosemite Meadows.
Evening light strikes a tree by the side of the Merced River, El Portal, CA.
On the eastern side of the Sierras sits Mono Lake. The waters here are salt-rich and hence lend themselves to the formation of these limestone towers known as tufas.
California Bobcat searching for food. Yosemite Valley.
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