Richards___Yosemite Creek Below Yosemite Falls
Heavy flows in Yosemite Creek during a rainy March. In dry years the flow can be much less.
Kemmerer___Yosemite Meadow View
El Capitan is seen to the left
Richards___Horse Tail Falls in Yosemite
For about one week each year the angle of the sun is in just the right position to light up horse tail falls near sunset.
Richards___Early morning with Yosemite Falls in the background
Kemmerer___Yosemite Tunnel View
Richards___Flowing Waters Below Bridal Veil Falls
Heavy flow in March. fed by Ostrander Lake 10 miles south of Yosemite.
Early Morning Light on El Capitan
Richards___The Merced River in early morning in Yosemite Valley
Kemmerer___Yosemite Meadow in the Fog
Early Mornings in Yosemite Valley are often foggy in the winter.
Richards___Merced River with Yosemite Falls in the background during early morning
Yosemite Falls in the late Winter-Early Spring. Later in the year the falls may be barely flowing or dried up.
Richards___Raging Yosemite Creek in March
The flow can be heavy during rainy March weather, but during drought the flow is much less and may even dry up.
Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite
Kemmerer___Yosemite Falls in Early Morning Light
This was taken in the winter with early morning fog present.
Richards___Rainbow at the base of the upper Yosemite Falls
Heavy flows in March from Yosemite Creek.
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