Last January I shared with you an episode of California’s Golden Parks in which Huell visited Donner Memorial State Park; at the time I wanted very badly to include the photos I’d taken of the memorial statue, but I couldn’t locate them. Well, better late than never, right? These photos were shot in July 2006; but it was the end […]
Since tonight is Halloween, I thought it might be sort of appropriate to learn some of the fascinating history of San Francisco’s cemeteries in this episode of California’s Gold. But instead of spooky stuff, Huell shows us some of the most amazing and beautiful spots in the city — and tells stories about a few of the most illustrious and […]
Not long ago I was lucky enough to discover a CD full of photos I haven’t seen in years — including these, which I shot during the summer of 2006 with my Nikon Coolpix 5700. We were on a hike in the Castle Peak area, just up the road from Donner Lake; and while we weren’t terribly far from Interstate […]
San Francisco — views from a bus window one Tuesday morning in October.
This week, a few more random images from my collection of family photos. Most of these date to the early 1980s, although I believe the black and white Polaroid shot of my dad (below) is from the late 1960s or early 1970s. Two slightly interesting things about the photo below — Mom’s tee shirt reads, “London, Paris, Rome, Leavenworth.” And […]
I love the idea of visiting places to re-create old photographs. It’s turning out to be surprisingly harder than I expected — but I’m still having a lot of fun trying.