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.
LA JOLLA LOW TIDE
(0) 3 months ago
Mike Uriell and I went to La Jolla today to explore the low tide reefs. We joined the crowds that were all over the reef. It seems our wonderful weather has attracted them and the birds. We spent several hours testing our lenses and filters. I watched a lot of...
QUICK TRIP TO SALTON SEA
(3) 4 months ago
I went to the Salton Sea this morning with Mike Uriell and Charlotte Cannor and the timing was great. Arrived just as the sun was coming up. It was cold, about 37 degrees but warmed up quickly to 67 degrees with some 8 to 10 mph cold wind from the...
SCRIPPS PIER MORNING
(0) 5 months ago
While waiting for the first winter storm to arrive I wandered down to the Scripps pier in La Jolla around 7:30 this morning. I wanted to test the Canon 50mm f1.0 lens and the 10 stop neutral density filter. I also used the Canon 15mm fish eye and...
(0) 6 months ago
Yosemite National Park on the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountain chain is filled with rare local geologic formations carved by glacier activity leaving a dramatic canyon and steep grant walls. As the seasons alter the lighting the park has become a photographers testing ground. My trip with David...
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