Monthly Archives: June 2014
I took my brother Rodney to this campground, and we had it to ourselves.
ROAMING AROUND THE HIGH SIERRA
I cannot believe that this was taken nineteen years ago. I will be off-line for a couple of days.
A GATHERING OF FLESH-EATING PLANTS
Darlingtonia await their meal near the Smith River.
UMPQUA RIVER REFLECTIONS
I took this image from a beautiful, and relatively new, footbridge over the Umpqua River. It was about a two mile hike from our BLM campground at Susan Creek. I highly recommend the Susan Creek Campground as one of the … Continue reading
THE OTHERS NUMBER FIVE
I really enjoy looking at this image, however, I have yet to print it. I am holding off in general, from printing because I am rethinking the whole notion of how to “exhibit” imagery in a gallery setting. I am … Continue reading
Another of the ancient ones revealed.
I am working on a series of images that are “The Others”. I think that I am showing imagery that in normal circumstances is something with which we are familiar, but shown in a different light and context; they appear … Continue reading
VENTURING OUT OF THE FOREST FOR THE FIRST TIME, YOUNG TREEBEARD ENCOUNTERS HIS SHADOW
I have nothing to add. Hopefully, the title and the image tell the story.
LONE OAK IN DROUGHT-RIDDEN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
I am revisiting my images from my March trip to Pinnacles National Park. This landscape scene is located not far from the park. It is in a portion of the state that I never visited prior to this trip. The … Continue reading
LIGHT IN THE NIGHT
Boulders and the Night Sky at Joshua Tree I love going back through my catalog of images with a fresh set of eyes. Oftentimes, I discover what it was that I saw at the time I took the photograph. This … Continue reading