Memory Monday, Week 148

The lupine superbloom at Folsom Lake is currently drawing hordes of photographers and other folks from all over Northern California, causing massive traffic jams and parking problems in an area of the lake that’s normally very quiet. But what many people overlook (thankfully, I guess) is that, even in the middle of winter, there’s always plenty of beauty to be […]

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Market day

It’s been quite a few years since I’ve used anything other than a digital camera, and so one Saturday morning last May I loaded my Canon Rebel T2 with black and white film and headed for the Sutter Street farmers market to see what I could find. Even though they may not be the best images I’ve ever shot, I […]

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Memory Monday, Week 106

August 2000 — This is the last bunch of photos from our day at Shell Beach. Just before heading home around noon, we made a brief stop at this entrance to the Kortum Trail. I’m not sure we actually hiked it that day; we may have been hurrying to miss the rush-hour traffic going home, since this was a Thursday […]

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Memory Monday, Week 105

August 2000 — Yet another ocean trip, this one an overnight stay. Our lodgings were at the River’s End, a rustic-looking restaurant and string of cabins all perched on the cliffs near Jenner. I was disappointed to find the cabin had no phone and no TV; but it did have a wide balcony, a wonderful picture window looking out over […]

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