May saw me travel to Yosemite National Park with Light and Land - led by two amazing landscape photographers - David Ward and Joe Cornish.
Yosemite, synonymous with blue skies and sunshine, gave us something special. As California continued to suffer from drought, the ten days we were there gave us rain, hail, mist, snow and thunderstorms - with just a little bit of that sunshine.
The conditions were perfect and Yosemite looked amazing. The waterfalls had a healthy supply of water due to the rain, the Sequoias at Mariposa Grove looked ethereal in a shroud of mist and El Capitan and Half Dome took on a mysterious beauty as low clouds hung around their summits.
Over the ten days we covered much of the Yosemite Valley area and up on the high roads to Glacier Point and Tuolumne Meadows - that were now open for the season.
It was a truly memorable trip with a great group of people.