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 Here at Mirror Lake, this awesome spot was so worth it trying to navigate through this humongous park. The super blue skies with the granite monoliths above set the mood immediately with the birds singing song against Mirror Lake carved by glaciers many moons ago. If you haven't visited Yosemite, please do so as soon as you can. . Remember, when you visit, you are contributing to helping parks stay open by spreading the word to millions, and educating others the importance of our national parks.
 A closer look from Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park during the sunset. I truly cannot explain the feeling exiting the car reaching a long climb up the mountain at Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park. Walking towards the viewpoint, following down some steps, all I could say out loud was, "Oh my God! Oh my God!" The view from Half Dome (left) and Vernal Falls (center) with the earth on its axis, the sun setting in the west giving off its purple, orange misty hue against the snow capped Sierra Nevada Mountain range, and the sound of waterfalls below making its way above, cannot be matched for anywhere I have ever visited in my life on this two week road trip. I have replayed that moment over and over again in my head so I can't ever forget it. This is a pleasure to have shared my personal experience with all of you, because if it weren't for you guys, it wouldn't have pushed me to shoot, explore, and be creative. Thank you so, so much. I really do mean it.
 The powerful force of Yosemite Falls can be heard for miles, and nothing compares to see this in person. Feeling how much John Muir meant by his words, and how much it has affected the National Park movement around the world. When you visit, you are contributing to helping parks stay open by spreading the word to millions, and educating others the importance of our national parks.
 Here in this shot, I truly cannot explain the feeling exiting the car reaching a long climb up the mountain at Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park. Walking towards the viewpoint, following down some steps, all I could say out loud was, "Oh my God! Oh my God!" The view from Half Dome (right center) and Vernal Falls (right) with the earth on its axis, the sun setting in the west giving off its purple, orange misty hue against the snow capped Sierra Nevada Mountain range, and the sound of waterfalls below making its way above, cannot be matched for anywhere I have ever visited in my life on this two week road trip. I have replayed that moment over and over again in my head so I can't ever forget it. This is a pleasure to have shared my personal experience with all of you, because if it weren't for you guys, it wouldn't have pushed me to shoot, explore, and be creative. Thank you so, so much. I really do mean it. .
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