Part of being a good nature photographer is studying the weather. After our long, long, horribly long dry spell, it was great to finally see a weather report that said anything other than “unseasonably warm and dry for the foreseeable future”. Gad, I was sick of seeing that. I was also going nuts looking out at blue skies and brown grass. Where were the clouds? Where was the water?
Finally, we’re getting some much needed rain. And while it may end up being less than we need, it’s certainly more than we had. The hills are turning green, the streams are starting to flow, and most importantly, the storm clouds have returned to Yosemite. And that makes now the perfect time for Yosemite photography.
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