Upper Yosemite Fall, early summer
Whoa…it’s a loong way down. But there’s a strong railing at the top of Upper Yosemite Fall.
Roaring River Fall–where the broad watershed draining 12 and 13-thousand foot peaks funnels into the valley of the South Fork of the Kings River at Cedar Grove.
The power of water rushing down a steep streambed or launching into space to crash in spray at the base of a waterfall is tremendous. It reminds us of the power and wonder of this rich world of which each of is part.
This summer is going to be loaded with water–to nourish plants and trees and to inspire. Enjoy!
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