The mass of birds in the area is getting better every year. The pelicans from Mexico have moved north because there is better fishing here that came with the El Nino climate season. I wonder if immigration checked their Green Cards? The prediction was that we were going to have some big surf but I didn’t see any big waves. The few water spots on the car window did not count as rain either. I think there will be opportunities for dry lake bed photography this summer.
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ANTIQUE AUTO SHOW
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Every once in a while I stumble on something fun to photograph. Today was no exception, when I went to the post office and passed the Rancho Santa Fe Antique Auto Show being held on the lawn of the Rancho...
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The El Nino waves charged out of the north into the San Diego shoreline putting on a spectacular wave show. The weather was sunny and warm. It was too dangerous for many surfers and sea lions who sought shelter away...
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Mike Uriell and I left San Diego early Thursday am to go to Death Valley. Calculating it would take 6 hours to get there for sunrise at Bad Water. Discovered Hwy 15 was down to one lane from San Bernardino...