While Firefalls in Yosemite was a learning experience for our group, we had plenty of different photo opportunities. In the mornings the valley would fill with a low cold fog that would set off the frosty trees. The falls were all flowing strong. And the river was full of snow covered rocks that looked like pillows.
The sky was clear, except for the jet trails that seemed to appear just as we set up our tripods, some drama in the sky would have been nice.
Since I usually visit Yosemite in the fall, the falls were very nice to see running and rather full of water. The walk to Yosemite Falls is usually skipped, but this trip it was a nice walk, and just a little bit of ice to walk past.
More photos from Yosemite can be seen by clicking on the photo.
I live in Santa Barbara, CA, a very special place. I enjoy exploring "My Own Backyard" from vineyards to wildflowers and the mountains to the beach. Looking for the details often missed. My Canon cameras and a dog or two are my regular companions.