Yosemite 2011

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    Very pretty and tranquil. What are crowds like during that time?

    I've been in Summer, Spring and late winter (snow on ground, roads closed, I call that winter) winter was quite nice too... except the whole camping in freezing weather bit, but it still looked nice.
     
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    I love those refection shots!
     
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    Excellent pics!
     
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    Vlad- you're the master with the camera- great shots! love the reflection pics, did you have to take them in the early am before wind?
     
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    There were quite some people over the weekend. I even had to stop on the highway from Mariposa (where we stayed). But weekdays were perfect.
    I've never been there with snow on the ground. Definitely will go when I get all wheel drive car.
     
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    Mirror lake is always like this. Honestly I've never seen high or even moderate wind in the valley.
    Those pics are all around noon, if I remember correctly.
     
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    You can go skiing/snowboarding at Badger Pass. You usually don't even need chains (late winter) they have the roads all cleared and you can just take a bus. I haven't been there when it dumps in the valley though.
     

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