Tag Archives: California
[singlepic id=265 w= h= float=center] I’ve been trying out a Mamiya 645 camera this past weekend and this is one of the scans I just got back from the lab. I really like the heft and sturdiness of the camera. … Continue reading
[singlepic id=257 w= h= float=center] Our view from Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley earlier this evening. To me, this is why it’s called the Golden Gate.
[singlepic id=251 w= h= float=center] From our trip to Montaña de Oro State Park: Friends, fire, food, sea, stars, sand, songs, and time made it an awesome Thanksgiving.
[singlepic id=250 w= h= float=center] I took this shot last weekend in Yosemite National Park at Tunnel View. El Capitan is on the left, Half Dome in the back, and you can probably make out Bridalveil Fall as a very … Continue reading
[singlepic id=249 w= h= float=center] Last Saturday we went to Santa Cruz to shoot at the Natural Bridge State Beach and were rewarded with a great sunset, as well as great many pelicans, who traveled in large groups along the … Continue reading
[singlepic id=247 w= h= float=center] We took this shot on Highway 190, on our way out of Death Valley. The misty and dusty morning air made the hills look quite like paper cut-outs.
[singlepic id=246 w= h= float=center] This is my view from Zabriskie Point in Death Valley. Death Valley has such a high variety of landscape forms and such extreme conditions that it offers both, a great palette for photographers, and a … Continue reading
[singlepic id=245 w= h= float=center] After Red Rock Canyon State Park we made our way into Death Valley. This exposure was taken close to the Golden Canyon in Badwater Basin, which, at its lowest point, is about 85 meters below … Continue reading
[singlepic id=244 w= h= float=center] On our trip to Death Valley we camped one night in the beautiful Red Rock Canyon State Park. Just after we arrived, the bright, full moon came up. You can see how bright it became … Continue reading
[singlepic id=243 w= h= float=center] The south of San Jose and Anderson Lake seen from the road that leads up to Henry W. Coe State Park. It’s awesome that this treasure is so close to home.