The world is full of unexplainable wonders. The towering snowcapped mountain tops of Yosemite National Park were captured through a backpacking expedition expanding over 200 miles. (Think about that the next time you’re complaining about hopping on the treadmill.)
Standing out in the open air, armed with a camera, Yosemite II was brought to life. Capturing glistening shooting stars racing across the night sky, all you can do is close your eyes and wish you were able to witness nature’s creation for yourself.
As the Sun travels from its highest peak, billions of diamonds light up the sky. It seems like each time you blink, they multiply.
Then, it happens. The Sun is birthed from the depths of the deepest valley. Its rays expanding for as far as the eye can see. Warming water dribbling through bubbling creeks, Yosemite National Park is revived and, once again, open for business.
This is a wildlife/nature fanatic’s dream come true. With a day’s worth of backpacking coming to an end, the sunset creates a melting backdrop of warm watercolors painted in the clouds. It’s like Heaven decided to momentarily touch down on the ground.
Yosemite National Park is visited by over 3.7 million people each year. Granite cliffs, waterfalls, crystal clear streams, and groves of giant sequoia are like magnetic attractions. If you want to join the masses and witness one of nature’s greatest gifts, you’re going to need the money to get there. Subscribe to Professor Savings on YouTube by clicking here. They are a financial powerhouse overflowing with useful money management information.