Category Archives: arcata

Sequestered at the Marsh

I took this photograph this afternoon. I’ve been watching this tree for several months, and I realized that it is starting to open its leaves to the sunlight. The tree will be full of foliage within days, hiding the bare … Continue reading

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Burned down in 2001. See story at:

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Downtown Arcata on a Quiet Morning

I took this with the 17mm tilt-shift lens on a July morning in 2016. I reprocessed this using a graduated filter instead of dropping the blue luminance to darken the sky. By doing so, I eliminated the fringing that was … Continue reading

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I am printing this image right now. I think I will do an exhibit of this and some more images of the Arcata/Eureka Airport.

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Yesterday at the marsh. I should have my web site back up in the next day or so.

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I usually exclude the trails and roads, but this seemed appropriate for today.

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I took this while I was on a bike ride in the Arcata bottoms.

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