Bridalveil Falls in the Wind

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Bridalveil Falls in the Wind

“Bridalveil Falls in the Wind”. On the western end of Yosemite Valley dropping from the southside cliffs is what the Native Americans of the region called Pohono, which is “blast of wind” or a “Night wind”. It is likely this is in reference to how the wind catches it pushing it back and forth across the face of the cliffs. In this photo, it is being blown to the left. The wind is most prevalent in the afternoon.

Taken on June 3, 2007 at 2:44 PM. Nikon 70s with 18-70mm Zoom. Set t 31 mm, f20 1/250 with ISO 1600

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