Several large brightly colored skulls were displayed around downtown San Antonio at the time of Dia De Los Muertos.
There was so much great folk art at the Dia De Los Muertos celebration Nov. 1-2 at The Historic Pearl in San Antonio. There were altars, musicians, skulls and more.
One of San Antonio’s Dia De Los Muertos celebrations is at The Historic Pearl.
Of course there are colorful skulls. These were on exhibit Nov. 1-2.
On the way home from Yosemite National Park, I drove north so I could fly out of the Reno airport. I made a brief stop on the south side of Lake Tahoe. The two-lane winding road over the mountain to Stateline, Nevada was a drive to remember.
The drive south on Highway 395 in eastern California in late October looks like the setting from an old western movie. The highway rolls from the Nevada border near Lake Tahoe down to Mono Lake and crosses the road leading into Yosemite National Park. – photo by Joe Alexander
The massive Mono Lake in California is east of the entrance to Yosemite National Park.
The valley in Yosemite National Park in late afternoon: El Capitan (above) and Half Dome.
Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park offers one of the most popular viewpoints of the valley including Half Dome.
Bridal Veil Falls is brought to light by full sunlight by late afternoon. Even at the end of autumn when the water levels in Yosemite Falls are lower, it is a an impressive sight.
The sunshine in Yosemite National Park is barely making its way over the ledge. While I was standing there, the wind shifted and pushed the path of the falls to the left.