This is from a few months ago in the Arcata Marsh. In eight hours, we’ll be shooting there again. Alway something new and wonderful.
Forty years ago and almost twice as long before that, the amusement park Playland at the Beach existed here. I miss it.
While Tom was at the VA, I hiked down to Golden Gate Park. Saw the archers near 47th then the Dutch windmill at the west end of the park. As I started the long uphill back to the VA, I spotted these flowers growing next to the dilapidated boardwalk wall.
I’m interested in your take on this. I’ve never gone to this degree of abstraction. The closest I’ve come was my driftwood series.
Tonight we drove up to the Kneeland Airport to photograph the big moon. We were all alone with the exception of a fire crew. We went through the gate and across the runway to catch the moon rising over the trees. While waiting, the sunset provided oranges and pinks above us. As the sky darkened, the moon rose behind clouds. This picture is from about an hour after moonrise.
Early morning at HSU. I’m amazed at the landscaping. The gardening staff should be proud.
There was a rumble in the jungle … eons ago.
The last time this trestle was used there were still first growth two to three hundred foot redwoods in this forest. Now, it’s just a planter for fallen seeds.