Sundown in mammoth lakes.
Yosemite Valley, one of the most popular areas of @yosemitenps
, is set to reopen on Tuesday. It has been closed to visitors since July 25 because of the Ferguson Fire. Although the section of Yosemite will begin welcoming visitors again, officials warn that the fire is still active with smoke in the area that could impact air quality and driving conditions. Thanks to Eyewitness @_crossplaner1_
for this scenic shot from Yosemite National Park, taken earlier this summer! Share your Yosemite photos with #abc7eyewitness
In the beginning ofJune 2017, we found ourselves lucky enough to drive into the park to see this view. Standing at this lookout watching the #alpineglow
creep up #halfdome
was absolutely mesmerizing. What's your favorite place to watch a sunset in #yosemite
Cropped version of a timelapse in Yosemite. Love how we see the progression of the shadow line.
To the man who has made me laugh and said “I love you” everyday for the past six years - happy anniversary. Thank you for being you and making me a better me.
This time last year we were exploring redwoods, hiking granite domes, and drinking California wine. This year, we are spending our anniversary packing for Peru (since we leave in two days and haven’t packed a singular item yet). Packing is romantic right? Can’t wait to explore more of this world with you.
, and random strangers
Yosemite print I had professionally framed and I absolutely love the result. Reminder of all my childhood & adulthood summers in Yosemite. I hung it in on a wall that I can view it multiple times a day!#yosemitenps #yosemite #mercedriver #summer
Near perfect mornings above the Valley.
Hoping the fires continued to get contained around California.
Needed that Yosemite sunset for the perfect light 🙆🏻♀️
Throwback to our time in Yosemite this past June on the way to ski Mammoth. Keeping this beautiful park in our minds as the fires rage... 🔥
Sunrise Over the Smoke⠀
Got up early and drove up to Tunnel View because I was freezing and couldn’t sleep. Got there just in time to see the sun come up over Bridalveil Falls. The valley was thick with smoke from fires and I love the way the light filters through it.⠀
Double tap if you think this shot was worth getting up early for⠀
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Nothin like it in the whole wide world.
Going through my camera and found this gem I never posted who knew my photography was this good ☁️ I took it with my Sony A6000 🙌
Smells familiar lately. Particles of California and the west finding a place to rest on the cool waters of Lake Superior. I wonder if I hiked past any of you in tree, shrub and flower form. Rest easy. #yosemitenps #duluthmn #destinationduluth
It’s been a cool minute since I’ve posted something on here but with a big wedding coming up tomorrow, my feed will be flooded with pictures from it! I’ll keep you all posted!
California is on fire :/ Thinking about all affected by the wildfires all over California. Just this past weekend we moved our mini sessions to avoid smoke in the Yosemite, and but now we just heard news that Yosemite is closing indefinitely because fire has spread into the valley. So proud of all of the firefighters and first responders who are working non-stop to put out these flames... and really praying for a miracle!
#yosemite #yosemitenationalpark #yosemitenps
Yosemite valley reopens on Tuesday! The views you love, just a little smoky smelling. Kinda like that one uncle you see every other year at Thanksgiving...
Trifecta of @lonniekkauk
as climber, @christianpondella
as photographer, and Tuolumne Meadows as backdrop.
Lonnie Kauk is featured throughout three of our CTT instructional video series. Specifically our Bouldering, Climbing Movement, and Sport Climbing series. See link in bio!
After closely following the updates from the Ferguson Fire, I was elated to see @yosemitenps
share their projected reopening date for next week. I know residents and visitors will be happy to enter Yosemite Valley, get home and back on the trails, and eventually visit the other closed areas of the park too.
As other fires continue to burn through California and other parts of the country, it makes very grateful for the time I was able to spend there without much weather disturbance besides heavy rain and snow here and there. Although it’ll take some time for the sky to be as clear as this spring afternoon, I will always remember the top of Nevada Falls as another one of @oliviaswarthy
’s best places to #findyourlunch