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Photos from a snowy Yosemite

If you are a regular reader of GotBaddog.com you will recall that last week Tanya and I went up to Yosemite to try and photograph a natural phenomena that occurs the last two weeks of February at Horsetail Falls. This phenomena requires a few things to be right in order for the effect to happen. These include sunlight and enough water coming over the falls in addition to the proper positioning of the sun, which only happens in February.

We lucked out and went 2:2 on Saturday and Sunday. On Valentine’s Day we could see a storm was moving in, so did not bother trying. I went back up there with Buddy to try my luck. Yosemite had been transformed. There was lots of snow, all over. Unfortunately, as the day ended, clouds came in and eliminated the possibility of getting the shot I came for, but there was plenty more to see. I will try again next week, if possible.

Valentine’s Day at Yosemite

Since we had such good luck last week, shooting Horsetail Falls, I decided to come back to Yosemite. As I was driving back up to Oakhurst, I realized I never finished putting up the pictures from our Valentine’s weekend. I completely missed the photos from Valentine’s Day itself.

It was very overcast, and it was obvious a storm was headed our way, so we cut through the park and came out on Highway 41. These are the photos from Yosemite National Park, going from 140 across to 41.

A wooded view

Saturday started with a walk through Mariposa, CA with my faithful companion, Buddy. Mariposa Creek provides for a nice view due to the nature that surrounds it. This includes not only the foliage, but there were lots of cool birds to check out as well.

My photo of the day for day 44 of Project365 is of me as I paused on a bridge to enjoy the view of the creek.

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View of Mariposa Creek

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