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September 16th, 2010

Autumn in Yosemite

Posted By Michael Frye
Late-October aspens, June Lake Loop

Late-October aspens, June Lake Loop

As fall approaches, you might be wondering where and when to photograph fall color around Yosemite. Click here to read my post from last September describing some of my favorite autumn locations.

It’s too early to tell what kind of fall we’ll have. Some of the Indian rhubarb in Yosemite Valley has already turned yellow, which is a bit early. I’ll be going to Bishop this weekend for the Millpond Music Festival, so I’ll let you know if I see any high-elevations aspens staring to change color.

Let’s hope for a nice fall!

 

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  1. Maxis Gamez Says:

    I can’t wait for fall colors! Thank you for the information!

  2. Davao Photos Says:

    Haven’t been to Yosemite but your photos are amazing :) Keep up the good work. Thanks

  3. Blair Pountney Says:

    I was up in the Bishop Ck area this morning and the colors are showing. I seem a little early but the best should be the in the next two weeks.
    Blair

  4. LIZ MARSALA Says:

    Beautiful photo. This is why I chose you. I have spent the last 40 minutes trying to enter a contest for Outdoor Photography. I have been redirected more times than I care to count. Can someone please assist me in making the OP more user friendly. I would love to share some of my work and see more of the photographers work listed. Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer assistance. Thank you,
    Elizabeth Marsala

  5. Michael Frye Says:

    Thanks for your comments Maxis, Davao, Blair, and Liz!

    Liz, I’m not sure how to help you with your problem, but pass on your comment to someone at OP.

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