From National Parks Traveler:
"I really appreciate this small homage to such an amazing place. Trying to show Yosemite is always a challenge, but Alonzo successfully reveals the diversity of canyon, cliff, and peak. Working for a decade in the park has taken Alonzo into areas not normally documented, and many of his locations are new, unusual, or just seen with a different eye and a different aspect. There are intimate details of natural processes, like the spring redbuds over a raging torrent and a carpet of golden-coined aspen leaves after a rain. His detail of bluish water pouring over amber granite is gorgeous. . . .Alonzo's captions are long enough to describe what's happening, but short enough to give a lot of white space around his photos. There's also a wonderful twilight two-page panoramic of the Cathedral Range, with the peaks named: there's a lot of country outside of the Valley. The size works well too: this is not a coffee table book, but an intimate 8"X7" hardcover with a soft varnish that feels great to the fingers." Patrick Cone
About the Author
International traveler, adventurer and photographer Ryan Alonzo has been working in Yosemite for the past 10 years. It was the incredible beauty and grandeur of Yosemite National Park that first inspired him to pick up a camera. His photography has been published in the U.S. and internationally. He currently spends his summers in Yosemite and winters traveling and exploring the world.