Stormy Day at Yosemite

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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Storm at Yosemite Yosemite on a sunny day makes for great pictures. Yosemite on a stormy day makes for great pictures.
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Storm at Yosemite Break out the torches and pitchforks. If Cathedral Spires in the clouds doesn't make the perfect backdrop for a spooky movie, what does?
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Storm at Yosemite Bridalveil Falls.
Storm at Yosemite Valley View, framed by El Capitan (left) and Bridalveil Falls (right) is one of the postcard views of Yosemite.
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Storm at Yosemite El Capitan in the mist.
Storm at Yosemite When stormy weather starts to break at Yosemite, there's only one place to be - Wawona overlook. About a dozen other photographers thought so, too.
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Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
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Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite And then the sun started to come out.
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
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Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Storm at Yosemite Storm at Yosemite
Bridalveil Falls catches the sun.

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