Missing People

Yosemite without people has more animal visitors.

A mini-tour via National Geographic on You Tube:

A longer video for some quiet meditation by Milosh Ktchovitch ‘Amazing Places on Our Planet’ on You Tube:

 


What Day Is It Anyway?, #WDIIA is hosted by Linda G Hill.

Blogging from A to Z april Challenge 2020

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “Missing People

    1. Deborah Drucker Post author

      I don’t think Yosemite is missing people either because it is probably getting a needed break and the animals might be happy too. I was using the word ‘missing’ as absent from. I know what you mean because I know I am an introvert and do not mind the decreased socializing. I do miss seeing family.

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  1. Janet Crum

    Yosemite is one of my favorite places. My mother and I used to hike there when I was a teenager, and I’ve been back a few times with my family as an adult. It’s time for another visit once this pandemic is over.

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  2. joey

    So long ago, the only part I remember are the redwoods. I have long wanted to take my family northwest, as none of them have been. Someday, I hope.
    I really appreciated the pleasant visuals and soothing music 🙂

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