The Lyell Fork just past the first bridge from the HSC.
The Tuolumne in Lyell Canyon. It was that green.
Lyell Fork of the Tuolumne River in Lyell Canyon with Potter Point on the Right.
Rafferty Creek junction on the JMT/PCT. This was bone dry last summer.
At the end of our walk this trail at the Rafferty Creek Junction on the JMT was flooded where it had not been on our way in - testimony of the power of the day-time sun to melt snow and raise the rivers.
Lyell Fork just before the Tuolumne High Sierra Camp.
Elizaberth Lake at 9400 feet. Looking south.
No fishing (or boating) today. Unicorn, on the far right, is where that climber was standing.
A climber atop Unicorn Peak. From Elizabeth Lake we watched him and a buddy zig-zag up through the snow and emerge from the other side. Taken with my telephoto lens.
Ice breaking up in the sun on Lake Elizabeth.
The Tenaya Lake Domes and Mt. Conness.
Tenaya Peak presiding over it's surrounding landscape.
Clouds Rest from Olmsted Pt.