The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Textures.
While we’re still waiting on cleanup and repairs to the bike trail after the blockage caused by the winter storms of early 2017, here’s a look back at some previous damage I had nearly forgotten about. Back in January 1995, I took a stroll with the Big Guy and our friend Dan to check out the aftereffects of a big […]
Three of my favorite images from November 2016. Every year, every season has its own signature look, never quite duplicated ever again.
I love photographing bridges, both large and small. My earliest bridge images date from the 1980s and 1990s, when I first discovered their attraction. The stone dam/footbridge in the two photos below, located in Negro Bar State Park, no longer exists. It was destroyed during the building of the new Lake Natoma Crossing. Only a few remnants remain, buried under […]
I posted about this creek back in late 2016; at the time I had searched in vain trying to identify its name and finally dubbed it “Unnamed Creek.” Now I’ve discovered this is part of the same creek that flows along the Hinkle Creek Trail. Hinkle Creek Culvert – Contractors are in the process of repairing a culvert that washed out […]
I’m not sure when this burn happened, but I took this picture at the end of July. The blackened area continues south for several hundred yards, between the lake and the bike trail. I’m just grateful that fire crews arrived quickly enough to keep the fire from spreading any farther.