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Virtual Yosemite: The Blue Jay Fire on Tioga Road

Image of the Blue Jay Fire off of Tioga Road.

YOSEMITE – Fires are inundating not only California, but most of the western United States, leaving both unprecedented smoky skies as well as widespread damage in their wake. Fire is an important part of the wilderness ecosystem, however. The National Park Service will let fires, such as this one just below the Tioga Road in Yosemite, burn naturally, allowing them ...

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Meet Photographer Michael Olwyler At Public Coffee House

Written by Cassandra Hepburn-Callis – NORTH FORK – Michael Olwyler will be showcasing his photos from his travels around the world called “Steward the Enviroment for Children” at Public Coffee House on Tuesday, Apr. 9, from 2 to 5 p.m. Michael Olwyler has been a steward of the environment in the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, and for ...

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Birdscapes Exhibit Takes Wing At Stellar Gallery

OAKHURST — Bird lovers, art lovers, gallery lovers — may we have your attention, please? The community is invited to stop by Stellar Gallery for a special exhibit that runs through Mar. 15. It’s called Birdscapes and features the photographs of David Hoffman and G. Dan Mitchell and is the first new exhibit of the year at the popular local gallery ...

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Sierra Art Trails: William Neill

William Neill  Sierra Art Trails 2018 Catalog #64 I am a landscape photographer concerned with conveying the deep, spiritual beauty I see and feel in Nature. I have been a resident of the Yosemite National Park area since 1977. My photography has been widely published in books, magazines and posters, and my limited-edition prints have been collected and exhibited in ...

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Free Photography Workshops For “Seasoned” Citizens

MARIPOSA COUNTY — The Mariposa County Arts Council is pleased to continue the F/STOP photography program aimed at Mariposa residents 55 years of age and older. This program consists of a series of free, 5-week digital photography workshops focused on the artistic elements of photography and is designed to promote creativity, self-expression, and increase comfort with digital technology. Each workshop ...

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Bigger Waterfall Means Better Firefall

YOSEMITE – We were mere amateurs among professionals, but no one seemed to mind, as a hush fell on the crowd looking out at Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park. Colors began to change on the cliffs, as light played with water, and in the setting sun, the mountain blazed with a fiery red and orange mirage: Firefall. Click on images ...

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Beautiful Auction Night Benefits Brian Wilhite

OAKHURST — Local photographer, well-known teacher and beloved community member Brian Wilhite recently had the rug of health pulled out from under him when he was diagnosed with bone and lung cancer. One minute the outdoorsy artist, 73, was flying joyfully down the slopes during an extended ski season and the next, it seems, he was digesting the sort of ...

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Impressions Of Nature At Timberline

OAKHURST — Stop by Timberline Gallery during the month of June to see a unique collection, including a new installation of photography and gourd art in the special features room. Photographers include Andrew Erikson, Karen Tillson, and Wendy Dent. Gourd artists are Gretchen Lee, Vivian Helena Aumond-Capone, and Jacqueline Kurtt. Gretchen Lee is a formally trained artist whose current medium of expression is gourds, grown in ...

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