My relationship with Yosemite goes back to before I can remember. One thing all these years of visiting has taught me is that each season, Yosemite becomes a completely different park. That’s why each of my Yosemite photo workshops is scheduled for my own favorite times to photograph there.
Me, waiting for the next glacier
Spring: Spring is when Yosemite’s waterfalls boom, and wildflowers and dogwood bloom. It’s also when the breathtaking moonbow arcs across Yosemite Falls.
Autumn: In autumn Yosemite’s many deciduous trees reflect in the Merced River and color the valley floor, and a full moon rises above Yosemite Valley.
Winter: Yosemite is never more spectacular than when it’s covered with fresh snow. And each February, when all the conditions align, Horsetail Fall puts on its
Summer: Summer is for the tourists. (No workshops.)
Yosemite through the Seasons
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First Light, Yosemite Valley
Floating Dogwood, Yosemite
Autumn Leaf, Bridalveil Creek, Yosemite
Champagne Glass Poppies, Merced River Canyon, California
Twilight Fog, Yosemite Valley
Yosemite Moonbow and Wildflowers photo workshop
Autumn Snow, Valley View, Yosemite
El Capitan Reflection, Yosemite
Winter Storm Reflection, El Capitan, Yosemite
Autumn Snow, El Capitan, Yosemite
Fall into Winter, Dogwood and Bridalveil Fall in Snow, Yosemite
Storm’s End, Tunnel View, Yosemite
Sunset Palette, Half Dome from Sentinel Dome, Yosemite National Park
Lunar Kiss, Half Dome and Sentinel Dome, Yosemite
Horsetail Fall, El Capitan, Yosemite
Yosemite Moonbow and Dogwood photo workshop
Redbud, Merced River Canyon
First Snow, El Capitan, Yosemite
Double Rainbow, Yosemite Valley
Winter Blue Hour Reflection, Half Dome, Yosemite
Moonlight Magic, El Capitan, Yosemite
Winter Reflection, El Capitan, Yosemite
Spring Reflection, El Capitan and Three Brothers, Yosemite
Leaf, Bridalveil Creek, Yosemite
Poppy Lanterns, Merced River Canyon