Archive for the 'Sunrise' Category

A teaching moment: Bracket the length of your exposures

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

Pin It Picture: Photographer shooting at dawn, Drakes Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California One of the things I love about teaching workshops are those moments out in the field when I can help a participant solve a problem, especially if it means getting them to think about, explore, play with, or see […]

Photographing the Beaches of Point Reyes July11-13

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Pin It Picture: Photographer shooting the sunrise at Drakes Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California For any photographers located in or around the San Francisco Bay Area, or traveling to the area, I’ll be teaching another 3-day photographic workshop at Point Reyes on July 11th through July 13th. The focus of this class […]

Follow the Light

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Pin It Picture #1: Sunrise light through trees, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington (First let me say how thankful I am to have my blog back up and running normally after it had been hacked earlier this month. I’d also like to apologize to anyone who came to this site via a link only to […]

Quick Trip Report: Bumpy Roads in the Southwest

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Pin It Picture: Sunrise light over Lake Powell and Navajo Mountain, Glen Canyon NRA, Utah Have you ever had one of those trips where you felt like for one reason or another, your head just wasn’t quite screwed on correctly. Well, I felt that way a few times on this trip. I’ve missed out on […]

Mount Diablo and East Bay Hills; a new Premier Photo Gallery (Where I live.)

Thursday, October 17th, 2013

Pin It Picture: Spring sunrise over green hills, near Orinda, California I’m delighted to announce that I’ve finally gotten a chance to post a new gallery on my web site, featuring images from my own local area. Introducing my newest Premier Online Photo Gallery, including pictures of Mount Diablo, the Diablo Valley, and the East […]

Seeing the Light – A Free Presentation at the San Francisco Apple Store Oct 9th

Friday, October 4th, 2013

Pin It Picture: Sunrise at Hot Creek, Eastern Sierra, California This next Wednesday, October 9th at 7:00pm, I’ll be giving a free presentation called ‘Seeing the Light’ at the Apple Store in downtown San Francisco for the Bay Area Photography Events Meetup group. At this presentation, I’ll be discussing how I use nature’s light while […]

Dawn at Taft Point

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Pin It Picture: Moonset at dawn from Taft Point, with El Capitan in background, Yosemite National Park, California There’s something incredibly joyful about having a place like this all to yourself. First of all, it’s quiet. (Kind of like this blog over the last few weeks.) My friend and I drove to the trailhead on […]

What you like, Part 2; the bigger picture

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Pin It Picture: Sunrise light on the western Sierra foothills, Fresno County, California Click on the photo to see the image larger. This image follows on the heels of my last post. As I mentioned, I’m usually attracted to the larger landscape type photos, but will use my eyes like a virtual zoom lens to […]

Back in the saddle again. (Epilogue)

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

Pin It Photo: Tourist overlooking Badwater and the Panamint Mountains at sunrise, Dante’s View, Death Valley National Park, California It was a long time coming; almost eight full months. As I drove, I kept hearing that old cowboy song reverbarating over and over in my head, “Back in the Saddle Again, Yes I’m back in […]

Dawn of a New Day

Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

Pin It Photo: Footsteps leading forward in sand dune at sunrise – at the dawn of a new day, Algodones Dunes Wilderness, Imperial County, California. I know I’ve posted this photo before, but it seems fitting today. You know from reading this blog that I don’t involve myself in political discussions. And today, that’s no […]

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