We’re rounding out the month of November with an appreciative salute to one of the most stunning landscapes in the United States: Yosemite National Park. Keep reading to watch a gorgeous time-lapse video that’s sure to send shivers down your spine!
Of the 3.5 million people who visit the park annually, most stay in Yosemite Valley, an area that represents only one-percent of the total park area. Unbeknownst to many, landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Lawrence Halprin played a large role in sculpting the visitor experience. Halprin, for instance, was commissioned to redesign the approach to the awe-inspiring Yosemite Falls–a project that took three years to complete and $13.5 million in funding.
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