I’m never too surprised when I come across turkeys while out hiking. They can be fairly challenging to photograph since they tend to move along whenever I look at them too closely — maybe they’re worried I’m sizing them up for the dinner table. I shot these images in late August 2017 near Lew Howard Park in Folsom.
One of my favorite images of Gabby; I have this photo hanging on my office wall. It was taken at Folsom Lake in August 1998, when she had been with us for three years.
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week. This topic is fairly self-explanatory. Let’s see how creative you can get with this topic. I’m looking forward to what you all decide to post. I just want you to have some fun with your photography.
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of November 29, 2017. This week, share a visual moment of blissful quiet. I went out this morning looking for a serene spot; I found myself hiking across the small Norma Hamlin bridge and into Snipes Ravine, only a few blocks from my house. I’ve walked along this trail many times, […]
This is a fun yet informative episode that I’d never seen until I stumbled upon it today, as I was going through the very long list of shows Huell Howser did around California. It makes clear what an important role Sutter’s Fort played in the development of the Sacramento valley during the Gold Rush and long after — not only […]