Bixby Creek Bridge
The Bixby Creek Bridge on California Route #1 which snakes its way along the rugged Pacific Coastline
Towering Giant Sequoia Trees dwarf visitors admiring them in Sequoia National Park.
Giant Sequoia Trees, seen here in Sequoia National Park, are the largest living organisms on the Earth.
Giant Sequoia Trees, seen here in Sequoia National Park stand alone with the title of the largest living organisms on planet Earth.
Amongst the Giants
The Congress Trail meanders its way through the towering groves of Sequoia Tress in Sequoia National Park.
True Towers of the Forest
Second to None
Giant Sequoia Trees are known as the world's largest living things. This is the House Group of Sequoias seen along the Congress Trail in Sequoia National Park.
House of Congress
The House Group of giant Sequoia Trees along the Congress Trail in Sequoia National Park.
Testament of Time
Giant Sequoias are the world's largest living thing with some known to have been living for over 2,500 years. This is the House Group of trees along the Congress Trail in Sequoia National Park.
A wide view of Yosemite Valley seen from the Tunnel Viewpoint with the massive El Capitan and Bridal Veil Falls in the distance.
The classic view of Yosemite Valley framed by El Capitan and Bridal Veil Falls
Last Light on El Capitan
The last rays of the sun illuminate the massive rock face of the El Capitan formation in Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite Falls with its upper, lower, and middle cascades, stands at 2,425 ft. making it the world's fifth highest.
The iconic Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park with El Capitan and Bridal Veil Falls welcoming you to the valley.
A lone visitor enjoys the peaceful solitude of this grand view of Yosemite Falls from Glacier Point at dusk.
Where Yosemite Valley ends Tanaya Canyon begins with the well known Half Dome appearing to look down and stand guard.
Glacier Point's Last Light
The last rays of the day bath Yosemite's iconic half dome as seen from Glacier Point. Vernal and Nevada Falls are visible in the distance on the right.
Icon of Yosemite
The distinctive Half Dome, named for it's shape, shows off at dusk at the far east end of Yosemite Valley as seen from Glacier Point.