Category Archives: central valley
I found this last week in Williams, CA.
I took this image the evening prior to the image that I posted here yesterday.
Although I am not posting often, I am almost always working on some aspect of my photography. On a near daily basis, I work on images either in Lightroom or in Photoshop. Lately, I spent lots of time scanning my … Continue reading
This is one of my first attempts at “colorizing” black and white images. I have a long way to go with skin tones, and I am working on it.
Sometime around 1972, and near Caliente, a caboose brings up the rear of a Southern Pacific freight train. I spent lots of time working the rear end of freight trains. I always prefered working the mountain (Bakersfield to Palmdale) vs … Continue reading
I took this photograph in Palmdale California sometime in 1973. This was the last SP San Joaquin Daylight to run east. On this day I had worked a freight from Bakersfield to Palmdale and waited for the very late running … Continue reading
Oftentimes, I need input from others about my images. I cannot decide between the above images which one best portrays the overall feeling of the structure. I did rate the image without the railcars as the higher ranking, but I … Continue reading
Sometime in the mid 1970’s, I recall seeing a body of work by a photographer of the Sacramento Delta area. The work inspired me to start my own work on another part of the Sacramento Valley. I started my work … Continue reading