Yosemite Valley

Images of God's Cathedral

The grandeur of the Yosemite Valley is truly Godís Cathedral with its soaring granite walls decorated with waterfalls.  While the Yosemite Valley was formed by glaciers, but it is the waterfalls that make it so magnificent. 

Since the arrival of John Muir and the first white men, anyone seeing the Yosemite Valley for the first time cannot help but be impressed by the sight. 

For photographers, the images of Ansel Adams speak to each of us in a language that we can only hope to master. 

On a personal level, I have been to Yosemite at least six times.  Yosemite can not be fully appreciated with a single visit.  The images are ever changing based on the time of the day and the weather.

The images contained in this volume were all taken during a visit in late June 2005.  The access was limited to the valley floor and Glacier Point because approximately half of the park was closed to the public because of avalanche danger the along Tioga Pass Road.  While the heavy snow fall did limit access to high country, there was more was in the streams than I have ever seen.


Text Box: John Brady
September 2007

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