CHAPTER 59. Yosemite

Mr Wallace could not find the words to describe Yosemite National Park, but he was in Photographer’s Heaven. Here are his pictures for you to look at.

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The “Big Tree” Forest in Yosemite Valley

 

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one of the Sequoia Giants

 

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the famous “Big Tree” through which the road is cut

 

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the famous “Big Tree” through which the road is cut

 

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A “Big Tree”

 

 

 

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a pine forest in the Yosemite Valley

 

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a pine forest at Yosemite

 

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a view down the Yosemite Valley

 

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Solid granite mountains

 

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Granite Cliffs, Yosemite

 

 

Two pictures shewing the cliffs of Granite on both sides of a valley at Yosemite

 

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hotel at Glacier Point

 

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pines at Glacier Point

 

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Glacier Point

 

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the lookout at Glacier Point showing “Halfdome”

 

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Halfdome as seen from the Hotel

 

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“Halfdome” – a solid mountain of Granite

 

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portion of Yosemite Falls in summer

 

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Another view of the Yosemite Falls, the highest in the world

 

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“The Canyon” Yosemite

 

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A bird snapped just as it was entering its nest in a tree with food for its young

 

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another Valley between the granite cliffs

 

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Awahnee Hotel

 

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Awahnee Hotel

 

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Mirror Lake

 

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Mirror Lake

 

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Mirror Lake

 

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one of the protected deer at Yosemite

 

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