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Looking down into Jackson Hole area from the West. Visitors must pull off into a pull-out to get this view.
The ocean can be mesmerizing. These folks didn't move for 10 minutes.
This retired high school music teacher very much likes his job as a train singer on the Skunk Train (Steam) that runs excursions from Ft. Bragg to Willits, CA
The Carson Pass offers lots of photography in the Fall.
Frog Lake is at the end of a high into the Eastern Sierras.
Taken on a hike into the Sierras along Highway 395. Lots of Alpine lakes are accessible with hikes of 5 miles or less.
Mono Lake Tufa's on a windless day. I'm not lucky enough to have still water very often.
Desert flora near Mono Lake; shaeded mountains south of Mono Lake
Grasses on lake bottom when lake is dry due to drought
Body Ghost Town Relic. Arrested Decay. Timbers are holding it up.
the June Lake area is at first not all that scenic in spite of the advertising. However, given some time and the right season, it can be quite nice. It's an easy loop off of highway 395. Fall is the best time to visit.
This was shot after a day of poor shooting conditions and not much to shoot in the mountains near Mammoth Mountain. This was taken on the way back to our RV in Lee Vining.
A sunset taken from a beach near Cambria, California. Pacific Coast sunsets are frequent.
This tree was in front of a motel we stayed at on Moonstone Beach about 10 years ago. It was easy to step outside and take the sunset shot.
I took this photo in a friend's back yard in Blue River Oregon. The cabin was on the property when my friend bought it many years ago.
An island off the Olympic Peninsula
A striking view from the top of the nearby gondola ride. Lots of similar mountains nearby. A mountain photographer's paradise.
Taken at dusk from the back patio of McDonald Lodge
A classic must-take photograph if you are in Jackson Hole Wyoming. The best light is early in the morning.
A sunset shot from the beach at Trinidad, CA. This is not an unusual early spring sunset from Trinidad.
Sea Stacks viewed from nude beach just north of Mendocino. A half mile hike is required to reach this beach.
This dramatic clearing storm photo has not been processed. This was what we saw. I was sitting on a bench in Mendocino with a new telephoto lens looking for something to shoot. In minutes this scene unfolded in front of me. Luck.
This photographer climbed the rock and set up right in front of me.
This tree on the 17 mile drive is another heavily photographed thing on the Central California Coast. Still, I had to take my turn.
Docent at the Place of Refuge takes a break
Three different trees and a rock out cropping in Hawaii.
This wall has been used for two or three different signs over the last 100 years or so. Remnants of them are still visible.
This building is now a museum. It was a Pelton Wheel factory 100 years ago. The re-use of old corrugated sheet metal of differing colors really struck my fancy.
This is the oldest post office in California, adorned by two elderly gentlemen.
Fall color on the June Lake Loop; Eastern Sierras; Hwy 395
Typical scene in the Sierra Mountains. This one on Highway 108 I believe. I liked the cloud pattern that complemented the mountain pattern which itself was reflected in the water. A kind of zig-zag pattern. And the water was particularly still on this day.
I've never seen a Bristle Cone Pine tree that was not mesmerizing. They all seem to be reaching for the heavens. While the color range is limited, they are also very colorful. This one was probably 4000 years old or older. These trees do not decay, they are worn away by blowing sand or moisture freezing on the surface.
While this lake is dying, it was very quiet and scenic when this photo was taken. Found the lake on a hike into the Sierras north of Sierra City on Highway 49 (north of Grass Valley).
Just another shot of the Pacific Ocean in Central California but I liked that the cypress tree branches echoed the rocky point in the ocean to the south. Taken at Ragged Point, not far north of Hearst Castle.
San Simeon Pier just north of Cambria on the California Central Coast.
Boardwalk along Moonstone Beach in Cambria, California.
I don't take many photos of trees, but this one is mesmerizing to me. It's about a mile inland from the ocean near the end of a trail that otherwise offers very little other than 8 foot high brush along the sides. But, the reward is at the end.
McWay Falls is in Julia Pfieffer Burns State Park south of Big Sur, California. It's an easy walk out to this viewpoint. Surely it's one of the most photographed spots in the world, but still it never gets old seeing it first hand. We drive down the Big Sur coast often.
Excursion boat on Lake Tahoe.
I forget what this machine was, but it sure has a lot of gears. It's in a park in Lee Vining on Highway 395.
One of my best old barn photos.
Photo of the Santa Cruz Boardwalk amusement park from West Cliff Drive. Roller coaster is more than 100 years old. I love the many colors.
Just a sunset, but incredibly vibrant color.
Old Hawaiian fellow teaching basket weaving at the Place of Refuge on the Big Island.
Drive northwest out of Hawi until the road ends. Turn-around is difficult and there will be many other spectators. But, the view is great.
Pahoa Shore, about 12 miles south of Hilo, looking north. Waves crashing on lava cliffs.
A framed shot of the shore near Hilo Botanical Gardens.
Caught two people walking up a hill as we walked up another street after watching the sunset in Cambria
Take looking straight down over the railing of the San Simeon Pier. There was a current drawing the sea plants out from the piling they were attached to.
These Pelicans were literally playing with the wave. They seemed to not be looking for food, just toying with the air current above the breaking wave.
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