This past week I enjoyed some time in Yosemite National Park just after the first wave of a large winter storm swept through. Conditions on the ground were perfect for winter photography, but a bit cold for the average Californian I think. The outlook from Tunnel View is often photographed, but the view is so beautiful it is really difficult to avoid taking a photo here.
Yosemite is really a magical place in the winter and while this view is the most iconic there are several other subjects waiting to be explored on the valley floor and at the rivers edge. I’m looking forward to returning here in March on my Yosemite photo tour (2 openings left if you’re interested in joining) in the hope of catching more dramatic winterscapes before the spring melt. I’ll be going through more of my photos from this trip in the coming week and look forward to sharing other lesser known subjects that are equally as beautiful.
[tags]Photography, California, Yosemite, Landscape, Bridal Veil Fall, Half Dome, Winter, Yosemite National Park[/tags]