Yosemite Valley Spring by photosbyflood

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This image is number one in a series of three showing different stages and lighting of Yosemite Valley taken at three different tmes of the year from pretty much the same location. In this image the lighting is in the sky with pinks an purples and the Bridal Veil waterfall is very visible.


northern, california, yosemite valley, yosemite national park, sunset, landscape

I reside in Yucaipa CA. I am a member of the Redlands Camera Club and I have received many awards for my images.I am currently using a 35mm Canon 1Ds Mark ll SLR camera. Images are available with very high resolution. My preferences are for Landscape and Architecture. Vivid Colors are my specialty. I live for sunsets and sunrise. You can also find me on

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  • Jadon
    Jadonabout 5 years ago

    WOW, absolute stunner mate…I wanna go…NOW… LOL

  • Hi Jason, thanks for the compliments. I feel the same way about your neck of the woods. I was in Europe three times last year. Mostly in Germany and Greece. And I wanted to go to England and Scottland. I see such interesting images comming from there. I guess it comes from were ever you make it really

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  • John  Kowalski
    John Kowalskiabout 5 years ago

    A very beautiful image my friend!!

  • Thank You very much John

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  • hirere
    hirereabout 5 years ago

    wow I have to add that this is so fantastic!

  • Good Morning Hirere thank you for the compliments!

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  • paolo1955
    paolo1955about 5 years ago

    You are a great photographer. Love the colors of your shots, your artistic view.

  • Thank You very much for the wonderful compliment! Now i just have to find the keys to this car and drive this baby home!

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  • Gramia97
    Gramia97about 5 years ago

    hiked to the top of the falls as a kid, wonderful image. love the lighting.

  • Hi Debbie, thank you for your compliments. Which falls Bridal Veil, Yosemite or Vernal? I have done Vernal and Yosemite as a youngster and Vernal as an adult before digital. That nearly did me in, and then again to Vernal only to the bottom of the falls.

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  • Alex Stojan
    Alex Stojanabout 5 years ago

    Great capture, love the rich colours and the composition is spot on. Well done.

  • Thanks Alex, This is a classic spot to capture the valley from. Just last year they did something kind of cool. In the past there was only a small area from which to shoot this and only 2-5 people could fit in it. All of the rest of the viewing area had large trees that would obstruct part of the view and kind of muck up the images. I remember getting to that one spot at 4:30 am only to find it staked out by a couple who had spent the night. Anyway they cut down the large trees that were obstructing the view and now many more people can access a great photo op. Sad for the Trees!

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  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganabout 5 years ago


  • Thank You Marsbub for the compliment!

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  • GenuineDragon
    GenuineDragonabout 5 years ago

    what a great capture…really like your colors and classic composition here.

  • Thank You very much. When ever I go to Yosemit I try to get a sunset or sunrise from this location at least one day while I am there. The valley itself has not changed, but the colors and the sky are always different. the lighting is unbelievable. and thats what makes every shot different.

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  • Chuck Wickham
    Chuck Wickhamover 3 years ago

    This photo has been featured in the group YOSEMITE-AMERICAS TREASURE. Thanks for your submission.

  • Thank You very much Chuck and Yosemite-Americas Treasure group for featuring Yosemite Valley Spring. I was just up there Presidents day weekend Feb 2011 hoping to catch Horsetail Falls on it annual light up. No Luck toooo much snow.

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