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Yosemite National Park certainly is one of the world's finest parks. On any given day, there may be visitors from dozens of countries. Yosemite Valley is one of must visit location.

This photo was taken around noon time at one of viewpoints when I drove back to Yosemite Valley along route 120 (north side road). We are viewing from west to east direction. The road on the left hand side is route 120, which is descending to Yosemite Valley. The waterfall at the far side center is Bridalveil fall. The rocks behind the bridalveil fall are known as Cathedral Rocks. The foreground rock on our right hand side is turtleback dome. The river in the center of the valley is Merced River.

The high elevation mountains were still covered by snow, which are showing white in this picture.

The photo is original with auto level adjustment, +5 saturation, and unsharpened (88% amount, 0.4 radius 1 level threshold) after reduced the image size. I have to use quality 7 when I save the image to fit the 200K file size limitation.

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