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Image from page 76 of "The book of the national parks" (1920)

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説明Identifier: bookofnationalpa1920yardTitle: The book of the national parksYear: 1920 (1920s)Authors: Yard, Robert Sterling, 1861-1945Subjects: National parks and reservesPublisher: New York : Charles Scribner's SonsContributing Library: Harold B. Lee LibraryDigitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young UniversityView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:e the broadened valley, an-other strong contrast in perfect key, delightfullyalternates with forest and meadow, and through it thequiet Merced twists and doubles like a glistening snake.And then we come to the Three Brothers. Already some notion of preconception has pos-sessed the observer. It could not have been chancewhich set off the filmy Bridal Veil against El Capitalsbulk; which designed the Gothic climax of SentinelRock; which wondrously proportioned the consecutivemasses of the Three Brothers; which made El Capitan,now looked back upon against a new background, anew and appropriate creation, a thing of brilliance andbeauty instead of bulk, mighty of mass, powerful inshape and poise, yet mysteriously delicate and unreal.As we pass on with rapidly increasing excitement tothe supreme climax at the Valleys head, where gathertogether Glacier Point, Yosemite Falls of unbelievableheight and graciousness, the Royal Arches, manifestlya carving, the gulf-like entrances of Tenaya and theText Appearing After Image:From a photograph by J. T. Boys en EL CAPITAN, SURVIVOR OF THE GLACIERSLooking eastward up the Yosemite Valley, Half Dome is seen on the rij^ht horizon YOSEMITE, THE INCOMPARABLE 45 Merced Canyons, and above all, and pervading all,the distinguished mysterious personality of HalfDome, presiding priest of this Cathedral of Beauty,again there steals over us the uneasy suspicion of su-preme design. How could Nature have happenedupon the perfect composition, the flawless technique,the divine inspiration of this masterpiece of more thanhuman art? Is it not, in fact, the master temple ofthe Master Architect? To appreciate the Valley we must consider cer-tain details. It is eight miles long, and from half amile to a mile wide. Once prehistoric Lake Yosemite,its floor is as level as a ball field, and except for occa-sional meadows, grandly forested. The sinuous Mer-ced is forested to its edges in its upper reaches, butlower down occasionally wanders through broad,blooming opens. The rock wallsNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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