Early Digital Yosemite II

Tonight I was looking back through some old digital pictures and ran across some from a trip to Yosemite. I remembered that I had written a post about some of the pictures about eight years ago, so thought I would write a second post with more pictures.

See: Early Digital Yosemite

The trip was made about 18 years ago when my parents came out to California with my Grandpa. I will share a picture of him further down in the post.

Yosemite, national park, half dome, early digitalThe pictures were taken with a digital camera that saved the images on floppy disks. Not the best resolution in a 640×480 image.

However, these early digital pictures bring back some good memories.

Here is a view down the Yosemite Valley. In the background of this picture you can barely see Half Dome.

For a better view of Half Dome you can visit my Tuolumne Grove post.

Yosemite, national park, half dome, early digitalHere is another picture taken down the valley from an overlook. You can see Half Dome in the distance above my Dad’s head.

Yosemite, national park, half dome, early digitalHere is a picture of one of the waterfalls in the valley. I really love to see waterfalls. There are a number of waterfalls to see in Yosemite.

Yosemite National Park - Granpa at Yosemite - John Muir - MemoriesThis is one of my favorite pictures that I took of my Grandpa. This picture makes me think of John Muir and other early explorers of the Yosemite valley.

Yosemite, national park, half dome, early digitalHere is a closer view of Half Dome. Definitely not a detailed picture, but it still looks impressive.

These pictures bring back some great memories of this trip long ago.

Steven

 

 

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