Category Archives: landscape

I has been a few years since I have been able to successfully shoot the moon! Conditions have to just right with clear cool weather and of course all on a night with a full moon. Photography is as much about patience, being in the right place at the right time as having good equipment […]

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These two photographs were taken in Bakersfield CA after a cold late winter storm passed through just before sunset. These two images show the diversity of Bakersfield’s economy – oil production and agriculture. The Orange Grove RV Resort was once part of large orange grove and the grove still remains between RV sites where visitors […]

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Quick grab shot of Mt. Shasta, Northern California with a fresh dusting of snow on the summit in July. Photo Info: Canon 1D Mark IV 70-200mm f/5.6 320sec ISO 100 Polarizer filter.

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Mt. Hood from Pine Hollow Oregon. This is a view from the East side of Mt. Hood as early morning clouds started gathering in the Cascades. Photo Info: Canon 1D Mark IV, EF 500mm Lens @ f/4 1/4000sec, ISO 100

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A spectacular water fall along Tumalo Creek in Central Oregon. The falls are located 10 miles West of Bend Oregon. Photo Info: Canon 1D Mark IV, 24-70mm lens, f/9 for 3.2 seconds, ISO 100, ND filter.

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For the second weekend in a row, I was back on the Mendocino Coast, this time on the North Coast near the town of Westport. The weather was variable with showers at night and mostly cloudy days with no wind. The ocean was amazingly calm where the gray sky melted into the gray ocean. The […]

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We spent the weekend exploring the Mendocino Coast from MacKerricher State Park on the North coast to Bowling Ball Beach down South.¬† The Mendocino Coastline is nothing short of spectacular! The weather was off and on light rain with occasional glimpses of sun, making for some interesting photography. If you are visiting the area be […]

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Made a quick trip to a nearby park, this may not be the Smokey Mountains but this is the closest we have in N. California. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park – Sonoma Creek, This location is just a short hike from Adobe Canyon Rd down the Canyon Trail. This is a seasonal water fall so the […]

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In central Oregon, a few miles North of Diamond Lake, lie a series of creeks and rivers that flow clear and cold all year round. The challenge here were the squadron’s of mosquitoes waiting to pounce on any uncovered skin. Photo Info: Canon 1Ds Mark II, f/22 for 2.5sec, Canon EF 15mm fisheye lens.

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