Fresno Bee photographer John Walker, on assignment Thursday in Yosemite National Park, saw what many don’t.
The park is one of the most-visited in the U.S. – but 75 percent of those visitors arrive between May and October, according to the National Park Service.
Sure, the park’s high country is hunkering down – both Tioga and Glacier Point roads are closed for the season.
But there’s plenty to see in Yosemite Valley, from wildlife to spectacular late-fall foliage.
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