Monthly Archives: July 2014

RELIC OF AN ABANDONED RAILROAD

This grade-crossing signal stands near the Arcata Marsh. It amazes me just how quickly nature can reclaim its habitat – especially in an environment such as the one in which I live. This railroad icon was built to last, but … Continue reading

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SUNSET AT PRAIRIE CREEK ILLUMINATES THE DISTANT GIANTS

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HOWDY

This is one of my perennial favorites. I took this in 2010.

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ONE OLD “STEAM” SHOVEL THAT NEVER SAYS DIE

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BIG CITY LIGHT INVADES THE DESERT NIGHT

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A GATHERING OF “THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT”

The boy scouts were all gathered around the campfire where they performed skits and told spooky tales – if they only had eyes that could see what was surrounding them.

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