Rocks in Yosemite Valley - B&W
Along a road in Yosemite Valley - plenty of snow still on the ground in March!
Trees look stark and beautiful in B&W
Sun filtering through trees.

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Yosemite never ceases to amaze me - something that might look "bland" or ordinary can look stunning in Black and White. Though to be honest, there is very little that is "bland" in Yosemite! But I remember when I took most of these pictures, in March - I thought I had been very unlucky to visit on such a bleak, overcast day. But the B&W photos turned out just stunning. There really is no time of year in Yosemite that is bad for photographers!

Merced River reflects trees in Yosemite Valley
Merced River in March.
Stark rocks and a temporary waterfall in Yosemite Valley in March
In the Spring, many little waterfalls sprout out along many places in Yosemite Valley. They dry up by Summer.
Sentinel Rock in B&W
Sentinel Rock looks great in B&W!
Bridalveil Falls in B&W
Bridalveil Falls.

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