I might make the argument that every moment at these places is different, and that would be true; the presence or absence of clouds, the season, the time of day, these are all factors in the interest of a picture. So it is, that for the 38th time, I took digital shots of the iconic rocks of Yosemite Valley. Enjoy!
The most famous view of Yosemite Valley quite probably is that from Tunnel View, where Highway 41 emerges from the darkness to reveal a sweeping panorama of El Capitan, Half Dome, the Cathedral Rocks, and Bridalveil Fall. I liked the view on Saturday because Half Dome was obscured by clouds. It's not that I don't like Half Dome; it's just that when expected parts of the scene are missing, the emphasis of the photo changes.