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Bristlecone Pines Trip is Filling Up!

Just a quick post this time.  The roster for the 2018 Bristlecone Pines trek in July is filling up.  If this is a workshop trip that you might be interested in, go to the Page noted in the banner above … Continue reading

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Great Show at City

Friday evening the Photo Program at City College’s Luxe Gallery hosted the opening of the show, “Visions.”  An all female show from a group of working professional women photographers, each showing one piece.  I was an incredible show and if … Continue reading

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DATES for 2018 Bristlecone Pines Trek!

I just confirmed the dates for the 2018 Bristlecone Pines Trek.  It will be Thursday through Sunday (as usual) July 12-15, 2018.  Click on the link in the banner above for full details and itinerary, costs, etc.   The good … Continue reading

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SUMMER DOIN’S 2017

Yeah, you’re right, I’ve been incredibly remiss in keeping this blog even remotely up to date.  My excuses are legion, some of them even remotely, if coincidentally, connected to some obscure portion of the truth.  The bottom line is my … Continue reading

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Meantime… A Little News…

Yes, yes, I know it has been a long dry spell since the last post.  But things have been a bit chaotic as the District seems to have launched a full-on assault on all non-academic programs with new rules and … Continue reading

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Bristlecone Pines and the Canon 5DS-R

Last Thursday through Sunday (July 9-12) we did the annual Bristlecone Pines Photo Workshop/Tour and ascended into the rarefied air of the White Mountains in California to visit these oldest living organisms on the planet.  I love it there: the … Continue reading

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Bristlecones and Brooks

What a wild week.  I just returned from our workshop to the Ancient Bristlecone Pines.  There were 20-odd participants for this year’s workshop and due to a conflict in lodging instead of a first night in Lone Pine we had … Continue reading

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