Monthly Archives: July 2014

MY DAILY HIKE IN THE ARCATA COMMUNITY FOREST

I just lost a five paragraph entry on this post. I will redo it sometime. Both shots were hand-held in the early evening. Both with the 16-35, and the first at 1/10 second. Advertisements

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AN AUTUMNAL PREVIEW

I took this photograph last autumn inside the Prairie Creek Campground. I am sharing it today not because it is autumn, but due to the fact that I worked on it this morning. I often do go back through my … Continue reading

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SUNSET DEFINED OAK OVER A SEA OF COASTAL FOG

I suppose that it is time for me to let go of the claim that I seldom create sunset imagery. I do, and I enjoy creating and viewing them. This image is another from the series that I took Saturday … Continue reading

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SUPER FULL MOON ON TOP OF THE WORLD NEAR SNOWCAMP

Let’s face it, there just are magical moments that occur in magical places. Last night we gathered with a bunch of really nice people in one of those places. We shared a huge banquet table, reconnected with old friends, listened … Continue reading

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PALMERS POINT AT PATRICK’S POINT STATE PARK

I took this photograph earlier in the year when I spent a couple of days inside Patrick’s Point State Park. I have an earlier rendering of this image. It was my intention yesterday, to print the earlier version on canvas. … Continue reading

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TESTING THE NEW LENS

  I received my new 16-35 lens yesterday. I am looking forward to using it for landscapes, and hand-held photography. The lens has image-stabilization which is rare for such a wide-angle lens, but for shaky me, it is a fulfillment … Continue reading

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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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