The Big Guy and I took a hike down to Negro Bar this afternoon, and this was the sight that greeted us: Apparently, the flood gates are open at Folsom Dam.
Every march, every right that was fought for, that women died for, was for your “status quo,” for the life you have now, that you take for granted. Please know that every one of these rights that let you live the life you have can be erased with the swipe of a pen. Don’t let all those who died, the […]
A little over a week ago, I posted photos of a few people ignoring the trail closure signs following damage to the bike trail near Negro Bar. I’ve since learned from the great people at Friends of Lakes Folsom and Natoma (FOLFAN) that the slide area isn’t likely to be repaired right away. From their February newsletter: For now park management […]
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of February 8, 2017. This week, hunt for shadows and incorporate them into your shot. The shadow can be the focal point of the image, or simply a detail that adds texture and makes the scene a bit more dynamic. Shadows are something I normally try to avoid when I’m shooting […]
Shot July 2006, Citrus Heights, CA.
Trees of Mystery was absolutely one of my family’s favorite attractions when I was growing up, and even before I was born — see my previous posts, Memory Monday, Week 9 and Memory Monday, Week 10. It’s been decades now since I last visited the place, and it’s evolved and only gotten better (I’m seriously craving a ride on the […]