Tag Archives: outdoors

Yosemite Photographer Shares Art, Passion, and Life Stories Directing Yosemite Photo Workshops

Al Golub Joins Faculty of Professional Photographers at YExplore and Will Lead Yosemite Photography Classes for Park Visitors Yosemite National Park, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2013 – YExplore, a leading provider of Yosemite Photography Workshops is pleased to announce the addition of one of one of the area’s most venerable photographers to their professional faculty. Al […]

Yosemite’s First Photographer

Charles Leander Weed (1824-1903) is often cited as the first photographer to have captured the beauty of Yosemite on film. During the California Gold Rush, Mr. Weed moved to Sacramento, California and began working in the studio of George Wilson. He met a local entrepreneur and publisher, James Hutchings, and traveled with him to Yosemite […]

Partial Closure of Falls Day Use Area

The Falls Day Use Area in Forest Falls will be partially closed for approximately two months starting September 4, 2012 according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The lower parking lot will be closed during the reconstruction, while the picnic loop will only be open weekends from Friday through Sunday. The upper parking lot will […]

Save The Hammers – Save Johnson Valley (VIDEO)

The California Off-Road Vehicle Association is calling for all off-roaders to mobilize and participate in targeted outreach during the week of August 6-15th. They are asking that we all call or fax our representatives and voice our opposition to the proposed expansion. Congress is on recess, so your representative should be in their District Offices. […]

Save Johnson Valley From the U.S. Marines!

While I am the first and foremost a supporter of our military, I have to say that the proposed expansion to the Marine Corps Ground Air Combat Center Twenty Nine Palms is a really bad idea. The Marines already have 900 square miles of dirt to roam around in. The Marine’s argument for the expansion […]