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I never cease to be amazed at the magnificence of such Yosemite views. Thanks for sharing and for visiting Sacred ruminations.Hugs and blessings,
I have to agree with Storyteller, I'm always amazed at the magnificence of Yosemite and this is a terrific shadow shot, Martha!Enjoy your weekend! Sylvia
Oh wow, I learned something new today! I have never been to Yosemite park, but my husband and I really want to. :)
I was in Yosemite National Park 2 years ago. The bridal falls really hit my heart. A great place for a family retreat.Happy SS on your great shot!
Glaciers have always been fascinating to me. Especially the remnants of past glaciers.
What great shots and so interesting..Happy SSS.
Wonderful Photography. Wish I were there hiking with you. Love and Light, Nina P
Those marvelous rocks have been creating shadows for more years than I can count.... fantastic shot, Martha.You have created a beautiful blog, I enjoyed my journey through it, Pam :)
Hi Martha, Glad you explained the rocks - I thought YOU carried them there for your photo! When do you stay with Michael? Have fun.
what a wonderful landscape..
The shadows are nifty BUT it is the crevices I like best!
such beautiful erratics
amazing to see the erratic boulders like that! Lovely shot!
In the high country,boulders bear witness that godsgamboled here at dawn.
nice photos! I love the sky on the photo, you did a great job not to lose the color and clouds :-)
What a wonderful shot! We could look at it all day - amazing!
Sorry to hear about Michael's cold but glad he gave you the gift of relaxing into sleep while you held him. Be well.
Cool! It reminds me a tiny bit of Black Cap mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.Thanks for your comment on my blog!- Square Peg Guy
That terrain is so exotic looking I can't tell you! Very nice indeed!
Excellent capture of a point named after my ancestor, Fredrick Law. I really need to revisit Yosemite.
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