Spring in Yosemite: Park Pics

Spring in Yosemite: Park Pics

Dogwood by Yosemite Falls. Photo: Jean Slavin Photography

What does springtime look like in Yosemite? Last month, we posted a pair of photos by Jean Slavin (including the one above, featuring dogwood and Yosemite Falls) and asked our social media community to share images that showcase this season of fresh flowers, flowing water, and green, green, green. Scroll down to revel in some of the spring scenes captured by our fans!


Cathedral Rocks reflected in a wet meadow

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Yosemite Falls gushing with spring snowmelt



Half Dome framed by pink blossoms



Bridalveil Fall glowing in morning light



Merced River with oaks at sunrise

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Ribbon Fall peeking through trees west of El Capitan



Yosemite Falls from the top of the trail

A post shared by Peter Masatani (@cnbg12) on



High Sierra peaks still under a quilt of snow



Dogwood blooming along Tenaya Creek



El Capitan shrouded in low clouds



Vernal Fall creating a colorful spray



Lupines brightening a meadow



Valley View encircled by spring buds (above)



Half Dome and High Sierra seen from Glacier Point, at sunrise


Thanks for all the great spring views! We enjoyed seeing everyone’s photos – and with the solstice coming up next week, we’re looking forward to your summer shots. Join us on Flickr, and tag us in your photos on Instagram and Facebook (we're @yosemiteconservancy)!

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