Category Archives: historic building

OCTOBER EXHIBIT AT F STREET FOTO GALLERY

Here is an example of the images that I will exhibit next month. I took most of them in the nineteen-eighties. Some were color slides, and others were large format black and white. These locomotives were parked at Simpson’s Korbel … Continue reading

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ANOTHER LIGHTHOUSE VIEW

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KEEPING WITH THE LEGACY TRANSPORTATION THEME

 This privately owned P51 Mustang was parked near the abandoned tower at ACV.  It was a common visitor for many months.   c.1995

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SIMPSON PULP MILL SUNSET

Here is another photograph c.1982 at the Del Norte Street Pier looking toward the Simpson pulp mill.

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At Big Bear

I was at Big Bear last week.

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MORE FUN WITH COLOR AND INTERESTING BUILDINGS

Once a bustling hotel, The Clyde Hotel at Tulelake, CA is now a condemned structure.

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A CLEARER RENDERING OF WHAT I WANT TO SHARE

As I stated before, I often need to “sit” with an image for awhile before it comes to maturity. I think that this one is nearly fully rendered.

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