Relaxing, soaking up a grand view at one of my favorite time of the day.
Shapes, textures, tones from these canyons carved from wind and water. Truly magnificent seeing in person.
Didn’t mind getting wet seeing lowers from this perspective.
Really loved this huge pine tree that sat in the field. Gives you a unique perspective of almost turning a corner to see what’s on the other side. Here @harrietrosecornick is doing just that, to see Yosemite Valley Chapel.
Captivated by the view. Anyone else been here?
Absolutely love this place. Getting even more excited that spring is here and summer is on the way, with longer days and warmer water. Just hoping for some good swells this summer!🏄♂️🤙
Shooting during the day proved to be better in the valley than in he morning, with the hard shadows.
Happened to get some cool looking clouds come and add a nice touch to the scene!
Walking along the boardwalk to see Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls, my eyes were caught off guard by the light peering through the trees.
@harrietrosecornick couldn’t stop admiring the scene herself.
You can’t miss the stunning waterfalls that are littered throughout Yosemite Valley. It’s one of the reasons which makes this place a worldwide spectacle. @neilbennett3 was in awe himself.
While this may be one of the most photographed arches in the Southwest, it’s simple why.
Sure it isn’t gigantic like many others nearby, but it offers a unique perspective.
It’s a like peering through a window, and looking at such a magnificent backdrop as the sun rises.
@kristenfarrah exploring the unique geological formations of the Southwest. Each place on this Earth is so fascinating, it’s my desire to continue on my exploration, documenting, and sharing in the joy with my wonderful wife of Gods creation.
What has been your most fascinating location you’ve visited?
@luke.sky.watcher Woke up to exploring carmel Hersey Kisses with white chocolate dressed all over