Tag Archives: landscape

Photo Trek Prepping, Part 1

Landscape photographers all have one thing in common… they spend a lot of time in nature.  Out in the woods, up in the mountains, down in the deserts, etc.  It’s true that while some are serious back-packers and haul camping … Continue reading

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Shakedown Cruise for Rocinante II to the Bristlecone Pines

This past long weekend has been both the maiden voyage for the little VW Westfalia I leased from my friend and sometimes shooting partner (especially for food photography), Cynthia Sinclair (one of the very best sailing photographers on the coast … 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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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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Location Scout for Field Trip Part 4

Last day and loose ends from the coast location scout… The day of a photo trek that I always hate to see arrive… arrived… the day to head back.  We headed out fairly early though at least it was not another … Continue reading

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Location Scout for Field Ttrip Part 2

We got up early the next morning (8/12) and headed down to th Cayucos Beach for some morning light. It was fairly clear and the water was amaingly calm. As we pulled into parking spot there were dolphins playing just … Continue reading

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Spring Break in Taos –  Part 1: On the road to Taos via the Acoma Pueblo

NOTE: Many of the images can be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice. By the time I was in college I lived on a ranch south of Denver.  I loved the outdoors and the values of that world … Continue reading

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