From my recent postings, I sense the development of a theme that is based on my evolution as a so called fine art photographer. That evolution includes a certain amount of technical learning: both of trying to become familiar with … Continue reading
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Overlooking the mouth of the Mad River at Clam Beach January 10, 2019.
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Here is a sample of my images that are part of the exhibit at the F Street Foto Gallery (upstairs at Swanlund’s Photography in Eureka). Most of my images are scanned negatives and color slides from the nineteen eighties and … Continue reading
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There were a couple of tracks at Del Norte Street (the dock is behind me and to the right). I assume that this was an inbound freight. The railroad was still active in the nineteen-eighties as the timber industry was … Continue reading
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Here is another view from the Del Norte Street dock. It looks to me that the ship’s name is Avila, and I assume that it is a tanker. I believe that the two tugs are the Thor, and the Atlas. Part of the … Continue reading
Here is another photograph c.1982 at the Del Norte Street Pier looking toward the Simpson pulp mill.
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