|Above, the base of Lower Yosemite Falls. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The winter storms that ended California's drought has brought to life many waterfalls in Yosemite National Park.
The Orange County Register has a picture article on what today's visitors will see when they visit the park.
It begins with:
On a recent cloudless, spring afternoon, visitors packed the Tunnel View observation area to take photographs of – and selfies in front of – the famous view of Yosemite Valley. The scene was especially beautiful this year with the generous amount of water flowing at Bridalveil and the other falls throughout the park’s valley.
Near record snowfall in the Sierras over the winter and into spring had once again brought these picturesque falls to life. During a visit to the park a year and a half earlier, they were all but dry.
To read more, go here.