Yosemite Photography: "Moonbow" 2
This program is so popular, we are offering it twice this year! Have you seen one of Yosemite’s famous moonbows? A moonbow is a lunar rainbow produced by the combination of spring waterfall runoff and bright moonlight. Visible only at certain times and places, Yosemite’s moonbows have been discovered by select photographers and naturalists in recent years. Experienced photographer John Senser will help you capture that perfect image of the elusive moonbow by sharing insider information about key locations and techniques. Come prepared for an adventurous pursuit in the dark. This excursion meets in Yosemite Village at 7:30 pm and ends near midnight.
Experience package includes camping June 12–14 at Upper Pines Campground in Yosemite Valley plus entry into Yosemite. Upgrade your package to stay at Yosemite Lodge at the Falls June 12–14 Information about upgrading your package will be available once you have registered. Click here to see a suggested packing list for this program.
Take a quick glimpse of this extraordinary phenomenon by viewing Yosemite Nature Notes: Moonbows.