After getting the grocery shopping done this morning, we decided to reward ourselves with a trip out to Granite Bay at Folsom Lake.
There are plenty of examples of negative space to be found on the dry lakebed at Folsom. My favorite ones, of course, relate to the remnants of the North Fork Ditch and the empty spaces it has left behind.
It can be pretty entertaining to find odd little things lying lost or discarded while hiking around the lakebed at Folsom. It may be some object that’s fairly easy to identify — like the various pairs of sunglasses lost overboard by summertime boaters; and then there are the mysterious pieces, old and new. Are they of historical interest or just […]
Walking around in the barren landscape created by the seasonal low water level at Folsom Lake, I feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of massive granite boulders scattered everywhere. I’ve never gotten too interested in geology, but I can’t help wondering about the forces that formed these stone giants and how they ended up in their present positions. […]
This area of Folsom Lake is still new to me although I’ve been out there a few times in the past month. There’s always plenty to explore, but when I start to feel like there’s nothing new to shoot, it helps me to slow down and focus on the details that I missed before. And I often get a surprise […]
When I arrived with the Big Guy at the trailhead on Monday morning we were sure the rain would start falling before much longer — but instead the sky seemed to gradually clear. By the time we were headed for home at 3:30 the sky had become blue with only a scattering of clouds.
A view from above:
We took a short trip back out to Folsom Lake this morning — a last chance to get outdoors ahead of a big storm that should be hitting our area before long. Though the skies were blue and cloudless as the day began, it wasn’t long before grey took over; and while the south wind wasn’t gusting too strongly yet, […]