This Week’s Thursday Photo Showcase: High Water TuolumnePosted March 30, 2006 by Robyn Suddeth
High water Tuolumne trips… one of the most powerful, exhilarating, and rewarding of all of California’s spring runs. Especially after a night of rain when the water is churning a milk-chocolate brown, and every little side stream is doing its very best to matter. The whole day is in constant motion. The river is dynamic, breathing, and very alive.
The first in this set of pictures are Mark Reiner’s from his day out there last Spring, and then the last three are Scott A’s from our trainig day out there after a huge storm the night before, the water churning a milk-chocolate brown…
[For last week’s Thursday Photo Showcase, click here.]
Mark Reiner’s High Water Tuolumne Shots:
Rock Garden (sans rocks):
How Can You Not Smile When You’re Wearing A Purple Wetsuit?
Scott Armstrong’s High Water Tuolumne Pictures:
Meral’s Pool, 10 am, smiling over nervous stomachs (at least mine was):
Danny and Matt Scouting Clavey:
A Look At Clavey From Above… It’s HUGE!