Yosemite National Park, CA – Bridalveil Fall


February 12, 2014 by Deborah W. Trotter


Gazing at random [from the valley floor], perhaps the first object to gain concentrated attention will be the Bridal Veil, a beautiful waterfall on our right. Its brow, where it first leaps free from the rock, is about nine hundred feet above us; and as it sways and sings in the wind, with gauzy, sun-sifted spray half falling, half floating, it seems infinitely gentle and fine; but the hymn it sings tells the solemn power that is hidden beneath the soft clothing it wears. ~John Muir, THE TREASURES OF THE YOSEMITE


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  1. Andy says:

    Keep posting!

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