Year of Yosemite (YOY) – Day 150 (Yosemite – Mountain Range)

A multitude of mountain tops seen from Glacier Point

This is another view from Glacier Point – a multitude of mountain tops
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A multitude of mountain tops seen from Glacier Point

In yesterday’s post (click HERE) we talked about Liberty Cap Mountain, which would be just out of the frame to the left of this photograph. Vernal Fall is still being used as an anchor in the bottom left of the photograph, the peak with the reference #1 (top photo), reaching into a cloud is Mount Clark. That tall peak all the way to the right under reference #2 is Mount Starr King

The view was breathtaking and confusing as it was difficult to grasp all the individual mountains one could view at a single glance. Well, actually I don’t think anyone could just glance at the sight. It would be more like a stare! There is probably a book somewhere that includes the history explaining how each mountain received its name. Some are obvious, but others are less so.

Do you have a question about our visit to Yosemite? Ask it in the comment section. originally published this post
*All photographs Copyright by Jeffrey B. Ross with all rights reserved.

See previous Year of Yosemite (YOY) posts HERE. If you want to read the introduction to the YOY series, CLICK HERE.


Meta Data – Day 150 YOY – Year of Yosemite

File Name: 0169.NEF
Capture time: 2:59:12 PM
Capture date: June 6, 2016
Exposure: 1/100 sec @ f/13
Focal Length: 34mm
ISO 100
Nikon D3300


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