Another popular variety was the Korean black haired princess. These fair skinned beauties could be seen daily at the waterfalls and hiking trails, hiding under the sun with fluorescent umbrellas and pastel polo shirts. Quite a show! The males of this species were equally entertaining. When encountering a female, they would pimp and preen their delicately spiked hairstyles and take ‘selfies’ in hopes of gaining admiration from a suitable mate.
Sad to say, the days of the Ansel Adams serene and majestic landscapes have passed for this gem of a national park. However, if you plan on visiting to watch the wildlife, you’re in for a treat. There’s no shortage of interesting creatures to see while you’re there!