Fall in the Eastern Sierra

October 10, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
On my way to a loooong planned photography workshop. A buddy from high school and I have been trying to make this happen for three years. Photography has been the common thread that reconnected us after that period when we were focused on family and career. The US Government had shut down the day before, which left the workshop in a lurch -,most...
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Photography and Compromise

April 18, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
One thing I' e learned about photography, which also stands as a metaphor for my life is that its all about compromise. And with compromise comes consequences. In photography, if I want to increase my depth of field, I have to slow my shutter speed. If I want to stop the action and freeze the moment, I'll up the ISO, which means more photoshop t...
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Pichetti Trillium

March 17, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
On the Vineyard Trail at Pichetti Ranch OSP this last week. The trilliums make the passing of winter into spring. Yippee! Three hikes this last week, and I have the muscle aches to prove it! Its a good hurt, though, and I'll take it anytime! Great to be back out on the trail, especially finding treasures like this beauty!
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Sunrise on Telegraph Hill

January 12, 2013  •  1 Comment
Up early trying a different vantage point, I decided that the peak had passed for this sunrise. Clouds and fog typically make for a more dramatic composition, and this morning we had very few clouds. Since the was about 10 minutes from actually rising, and knowing that the nice warm winter light might bathe the Bridge nicely, I decided to take the...
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Welcome! Welcome to my Blog - and to 2013!

January 03, 2013  •  1 Comment
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you'll enjoy my photographs and some of the stories behind them. For some years now, we have enjoyed starting the New Year with a hike. For 2013, I dragged my wife out of bed to greet the rising sun as the new day started, and we then headed off to one of our favorite haunts - Mt Tamalpais State Park, just north of S...
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