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Another shot from the Point Reyes National Seashore. I like the soft, dispersed light that filters through the fog. After hiking along the Tomales Point trail with only low shrubs and grass left and right, I came back to the … Continue reading
Here are the elk in series. Hit play to see them all. The soundtrack is the same as in “Going South” (Nine by Marcel Pequel). Shut off the music by hitting the “sound off” button next to the play button.
I spent last Monday with two herds of tule elk (Cervus canadensis ssp. nannodes) at Point Reyes National Seashore. The weather changed from foggy to a brief spell of sunshine, and back to extremely foggy. This shot was taken in the latter … Continue reading
Incredible, how efficiently pelicans use the ground effect when they are traveling. Yet, sometimes, when they are close to shore, they have to evade breaking waves. You can see some more pelicans skimming the waves in this gallery: Wave Gliders.
The fog made it look like the bay was boiling. A few minutes earlier it had been so high that the bridge was completely hidden. Happy Halloween!
As promised, here’s another shot of the Golden Gate Bridge, taken about an hour later than this one. As the temperature increased with the rise of the sun, a lot more fog came into the bay. A little later, the bridge … Continue reading
The Golden Gate Bridge this morning. The temperature difference between the colder pacific ocean on the right and the warm bay on the left caused fog to stream past the bridge and into the bay area. It was a magnificent … Continue reading
On Saturday I drove up to Halibut Point State Park, a lovely patch of green close to Rockport, MA. I had hoped to catch a sunrise, but when I arrived at 5:30am, this nice fog was hanging over the park. … Continue reading
Time seems to move more quickly here and summer rushed past with amazing speed, trailed closely by autumn. As she begins to make herself known, her colors and smells trigger flashes of memories. One memory that seems to have left … Continue reading
Early morning in the garden of the field station.