The opening of a Starbucks in Yosemite Valley
opens the door to further undue development.
This is the most popular place to visit outside Yosemite Valley
during the winter.
The building of a paved road system and the 1933 opening of the Wawona Tunnel created easy access to Yosemite Valley
and the park's most iconic features--Half Dome, El Capitan, Yosemite Falls, Glacier Point, Bridalveil Fall.
I'm in Yosemite Valley
right now, and I cannot see the cliffs around me," Cobb said.
The title is difficult; the dust jacket sums it up this way: "In this modern retelling of Samson and Delilah, the Yosemite Valley
becomes the object of a graphic world where mythical strength, worldly greed, love, lust and epic destruction come together.
Photographs of Yosemite Valley
and people scaling its peaks are paired with Rowell's comments on his fascination with the place and the creative process.
The law removed Yosemite Valley
and the neighboring Mariposa Big Tree Grove from the public domain so that California could manage the sites for "public use, resort, and recreation"--a state-owned nature park.
Watkins' photographs are credited in part with persuading US president Abraham Lincoln to protect the Yosemite Valley
in law, paving the way for the establishment of the national parks system
When they first saw Shelton's interpretive programs in Yosemite Valley
they were struck by how he involved his audiences in sensitive topics like racism.
Early environmentalism has some skeletons in its closet--particularly celebrated naturalist and author John Muir, who founded the Sierra Club in 1892 and sought to protect the Yosemite Valley
(what would later become Yosemite National Park), in part by getting rid of its Indian inhabitants.
Dick moaned about the lack of pay and the dishwashing, but I didn't care--the Yosemite Valley
overdevelopment in Yosemite Valley
, (3) flushing facilities built within