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NN5A2065 CopyWe went to Yosemite last week.  I spent about an hour taking photographs of Yosemite Fall from different spots.  It was wonderful to see the abundance of water coming down compared to last year during a more severe drought.

I was racing against time since it was around 3:30 pm when I started taking photographs.  The sun was moving, and I wanted to take as many pictures before the fall would be in the shade.

I was fascinated watching Upper Yosemite Fall as the light breeze occasionally shifted the streams of water into different patterns.  I will be posting more photographs of Yosemite Fall soon to share these different views.

Upper Yosemite Fall plunges 1,430 feet down.  It is one of the 20 highest waterfalls in the world.  The upper fall is formed by the waters of Yosemite Creek.

Stay tuned to see more of my Yosemite Fall photographs.