The Falls of Water

The rest of the photos. It was beautiful there and I was surprised how, well, watered it all looked. (Haha). Just that our town is freaking out and being uber strict about watering times and there in Yosemite is gallons upon gallons of water. It was wonderful to see. 2014-05-25

The water of Tenaya Lake. The color was beautiful and refreshing lookin’.

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These next five are from Tuolumne Meadows.

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It peeves me just how disrespectful people are to the fact they aren’t even suppose to be walking on the meadows and they do anyways. ><

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This is more snow than it was the last time I came up this high during, around, this time. Kind of surprising considering how dry this winter has actually been.

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Tuolumne Meadows brings back memories of a 3-day hike that ended up being a 6-day hike. Ah, that was a lot of fun.

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I was really happy to see water. 😀

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You can’t see the snow because it is on the other side, but it is there. When we were at Tenaya/Tuolumne we were able to see it.

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This young buck was just chillin’ and chewin’. I don’t think he expected anyone to be able to see him and if I hadn’t been looking that way I wouldn’t have. I liked this shot the most because it seems to show what he wanted, which was to be hidden and left alone. 🙂

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And that is what Yosemite looks like in May.

 

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