I took this today as part of my practicing with my new travel camera.
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I spent the weekend camping at Prairie Creek. From there I “went a photographing.” I took this at the old mill pond right where 101 comes out onto the ocean at Wilson Creek.
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When I was about twelve years old I frequented the area where the outdated steam locomotives were in storage. That place was in the Southern Pacific’s Bakersfield Yard. The locomotives were replaced with “modern” locomotives like this one. The new … Continue reading
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If one were to compare this image with those of the past couple of days, one could be led to an unfair comparison of the two forests. The site of this image is within the Arcata Community Forest, and those … Continue reading
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