I just got back from another day trip to the high country of Yosemite. I’ll post those pictures in the next few days. For now, I thought I post some of my favorite pictures from my last trip to Tuolumne Meadows. It was nice to see some clouds that afternoon, but the clouds disappeared by
With Tioga Pass opening last week, I finally got the opportunity to make it up before the snow melted and the mosquitoes moved in. I went to bed at 9pm so I could get a few hours of sleep before I drove the 3 hour trip to the Tuolumne Meadows area to photograph “something” at
I set up my stuff so I could capture Lembert Dome, Mount Dana and even Cathedral Peak. There were no clouds above, so I settled for a cloudless sunset of Lembert Dome! Before I packed up for the evening, I tried two long exposures of Lembert Dome… …and Mount Dana. Still more images to go
Since my family didn’t want to stay in the park while I took photos at sunset (and beyond), I dropped them off at the motel in Lee Vining, ate dinner, and drove back to the park. I decided to stay just shy of Tioga Pass, right here at Tioga Lake. I thought about walking (climbing)
Found out that Tioga Pass opened last week, so had to get up there before the snow melted. It was a nice trip. This was my first solo trip to Yosemite since my surgeries a few years ago. I met a couple of photographers; Harvey, Randal and Randal’s wife (sorry I can’t remember your name).