Two days is barely enough to take in the beauty of Yosemite, but that’s all we had. So we packed as much in as we could.

My last lesson here, was that I needed to get a neutral density filter to capture smooth water. I waited until we got to our final destination within the park–Happy Isles to try to get the water as smooth as I could. It was shady there, and there was enough water to work with.

We also went to the Lower Bridalveil Falls and the church. Tired, we left the park before sunset and ate dinner in Manteca. The Thai food was delicious especially since I was tired of eating meatloaf (for lunches and dinner)! Laura dropped me off at about 9:30 p.m., and I went directly to bed. I know she began editing her photos when she got home.

Here are the last images of Yosemite.

10 thoughts on “A fun and learning experience: Yosemite, part 3

    1. Yes, I know that now. Hopefully, this week I’ll order my filters. Leanne Cole was a big help in helping me decide which one to get.

  1. Yes, it’s a big decision and I don’t want to waste money. Your images are always beautiful. Thanks for taking us to such great places.

    1. Thanks Lucy. I hope you do get to visit one day. Hopefully, next year we will get rain and the falls will be flowing. We have many beautiful National Parks in the U.S., especially here in California. And, thank you for the tour of Bucharest. It is a beautiful city. Someday we hope to get there also.

      1. I know USA has some beautiful National Parks. This is why I hope I’ll get to visit them one day. The landscape is amazing!
        If you ever visit Romania, I’d strongly recommend the mountains. If you like wilderness and peace, they are the right place for you. Also, the view from up there is always special πŸ™‚

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