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The first baby bear I ever saw was way out at low tide crossing from one of the small islands off the coast of our cove to another one. It was tiny. Mother Bear (like most bears) moved slow and deliberately … Continue reading
Somewhere south along the 8 freeway near the Mexican border is a tiny road off a small town that takes you to Anza Borrego State Park. Off that small road are more, smaller dirt roads that branch off in a … Continue reading
This is a ghost ‘ranch’ north of Mono Lake. It’s also the creepiest place I’ve ever been. It’s not creepy simply because it’s a ghost ranch, or abandoned, but rather because of the *way* it’s so desolate even though it’s … Continue reading
We hiked to this lake above the Alabama Hills a couple of weekends ago, and even though it was mid-afternoon in high elevation and sharp sun, I nabbed some lake shots. I don’t like the way the clouds look, I … Continue reading
The last time I took beach photos, I remember having a really hard time with the blue haze and contrasty-ness that was prevalent in most of the shots. This time around I approached most of my shots with the idea of “if … Continue reading