A full year of reflections on water and light in Yosemite.
Water in various forms created Yosemite National Park, carving the original valleys, then scraping and broadening them over millennia to create the stunning landscape known around the world. Usually, water's effect on Yosemite is too slow for our eyes to see, but these unique photographs
by Dakota Snider (twelve plus a bonus image) reveal water's starring role in creating moments of ephemeral beauty.
- Mighty El Capitan, reflected in the Merced River.
- Cathedral Peak drawn sharply in the surface of Lower Cathedral Lake.
- Picturesque Stoneman Bridge is doubled in a winter wonderland.
- Sunlight is both reflected and refracted as a delicate rainbow in the mists of Bridalveil Fall, and more.
Keep the wonders of Yosemite with you all year long. Printed on responsibly sourced paper.