Welcome to Bearclover.net
is mostly a "photos" site. Lots (and lots) of photos
from California's Yosemite National
Park. I offer some Yosemite
Wallpaper for your computer desktop. Also, I am showcasing many
photos that I have taken all over my home
state of California. Scenes photographed up Hwy. One, Hwy 101,
the Salton Sea, and Sequoia
National Park. There's also a California
Poppy page, and some pages dedicated to Disney's new theme park,
California Adventure. And
so much more. I even have a "Travel
Diary" page, which has (you guessed it) travelogues of some
of my California road trips.
I've even branched out and now have some of my scenic photography
available on t-shirts!
After September 11, 2001, I was inspired to start working on an "America the Beautiful" section. It showcases photos I have taken in other parts of this lovely country I live in. I also have created a wallpaper section, which has some scenic wallpaper with a patriotic theme. I just thought it would be something nice to do.
As with every site on the web, Bearclover.net is perpetually in a state of flux - more photos being taken, more artwork and pottery being created. And it'll all eventually end up here.
What is "bearclover," anyway ?
Bearclover (or as my dad called it, "Bearsclover") is a plant that grows in abundance in the Sierras, and around Yosemite National Park. It has a unique fragrance, and has been said to be a sort of "catnip" for bears. Either you like the smell of bearclover (which you cannot miss as you drive around certain parts of the Park) or you don't. Everyone in my family likes bearclover, and is very sentimental about it. It brings back some great memories. I just thought it would be a good name for a Yosemite-intensive web site!
This page last updated: April 22, 2005
All original content, images and graphics © J.R. Dunster 2001 - 2006
graphics from my sister site, Delicateflower.org.