Nature Photography in Yosemite
Yosemite is a paradise for nature photographers. Home to 3,000-year old sequoia trees, towering falls, and granite cliffs, Yosemite offers countless subjects for nature photography.
Three beautiful photo locations in Yosemite
#1: Mariposa Grove
Who doesn’t want to take pictures of giant 3,000 year old sequoia trees? These massive trees abound in Mariposa Grove near Yosemite National Park’s south entrance. Mariposa Grove is currently closed for renovation but will open again in spring 2017. If you can’t wait to see the ancient giant trees, you can visit Tuolumne Grove or Merced Grove located near Crane Flat.
#2: Bridalveil Falls
You can’t miss this towering waterfall because it is the first waterfall you’ll see on the way to Yosemite Valley. This 620 foot tall waterfall captivates millions of people, making it one of the most visited locations in Yosemite each year. It flows all year long so you can capture its beauty anytime.
#3: El Capitan
If you’re into rock formations, El Capitan is the perfect subject for your photography. This sheer rock granite formation is one of the most iconic rock climbs on earth. El Capitan is a vertical rock formation with a towering height of 3000 feet.
When you visit Yosemite, you’ll discover that these three locations are just the appetizers. Once you decide to visit Yosemite to photograph all its natural wonders, give us a call at 1-559-978-9010 to reserve a “Waterfall Lodge near Yosemite”.