Photographer's Note

Our recent TrekEarth summit concluded at this spot here just west of Tuolumne Meadown in the eastern high country of Yosemite National Park.

Although it was pushing mid-day at this point, there was enough cloud-cover to make some decent shots attainable. Here the attraction was the popcorn sky cloud patterns. Since I live in southern California where cloudy skies are rare and hazy blue skies the norm, I jumped when this opportunity presented itself.

The shot also features the granite domes that have made Yosemite famous and hugely popular with rock climbers. Just to the left of this spot, Larry Carolan captured some scrambling up a similar dome. See that here.


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