“Clinging Clouds, Dawn, Yosemite Valley” celebrates the simple shapes that comprise Yosemite icons, enhanced by weather. It is a classic expression of Yosemite Valley’s majesty and a scene that never disappoints. When it rains or snows in the Valley, there is usually fog the following morning. From the west end of the valley, one gazes into the sun in the morning, so any fog is side-lit or backlit, highlighting even the tiniest undulations. It is the variation in the light and those cloud forms that make it so easy to return each time weather moves in to see what the result is.