Lifelet: Climbers in Yosemite

On a beautiful July day, we entered Yosemite National Park through the east entrance at Tioga Pass. I wanted to stop every 100 yards and capture photos of the amazing acts of nature from the the snow fed streams to the majestic rock formations.

We finally stopped at Tuolumne Meadows Visitor Center and took a ranger guided hike through the meadows and up a granite rock face. For our lack of physical conditioning, it was the right amount of exercise. As we continued west along Tioga Road, we saw these “ants” on a cliff face and realized they were rock climbers. We pulled over and watched the ebb and flow of climbers going up the rocks. Best free entertainment we’d had in years.

For the high res video of the climbing experience click below:

For the low res video, click here.

Lifelets are brief glimpses of daily life that are small creative acts of bringing new life to the inert digital media captured over a lifetime.

For a humorous look at the wonderful world of innovation and new ventures, checkout Fl!p and the gang at Fl!p Comics.

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