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Tag Archives: Lone Pine
This entry into my “Ode” series pays tribute to the night sky, which I first learned to shoot in 2013 standing at tunnel view in Yosemite. Everything changed for me when I realized photography didn’t have to end after sundown, … Continue reading
I shot this over the course of three days in May in Alabama Hills. Every time I go out to shoot, I learn something. For the last four years, that’s a lot of lessons and some are hard to keep … Continue reading
When I was in 9th or 10th grade, my English teacher had the class read a book about the World War II Japanese internment camp, Farewell to Manzanar. At the time I was mildly surprised (or, as interested as a … Continue reading
While it got hot in Los Angeles (and in my non-air-conditioned house) the last thing I wanted to do after a day’s work was be on my hot laptop. Something about the heat makes the brain extra mushy. I made … 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