Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Mirror Lake

Now that I'm back and settled, I'll highlight a few more spots from our Yosemite trip before moving on to something else.  Today, I'll mention Mirror Lake.

(Mirror Lake in foreground, Mt. Watkins to the back left)

Mirror Lake is a seasonal lake, often drying up by the end of summer.  It is actually in the natural process of changing into a meadow.  Because of the extra water, we decided to check it out.

(The boys on a rock in Mirror Lake/Meadow)

One curious item of note, it seems as though many visitors had been busy stacking rocks in a somewhat funny manner near the lake.  The boys added a couple of their own and then we moved on.




5 comments:

Judi said...

People have formed similar rock piles (cairns?) in Sedona, AZ, at Red Rock Crossing of Oak Creek and we've seen miniature piles at Natural Bridges National Park in Utah. I suppose they are all over.

Anonymous said...

I've been to both places Judi mentioned and she's right on target. rwm

mary said...

I live close to the ocean and see balancing rock stacks at the harbor quite often. They are really quite nice to see.

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