Shore birds

Doran Regional Park on the south end of Bodega Bay has long been a regular stop on our trips to the coast; when the tide is out we can usually gather plenty of ghost shrimp to use as bait for perch, rockfish, and cabezon. Of course, we humans aren’t the only ones attracted to this quiet shoreline. We joined a […]

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The quarry again

I didn’t plan this very well. The last time I stopped along the Rattlesnake Bar Road to take pictures of the old quarry, it was March and the sky was full of dark, rain-filled clouds. The conditions weren’t great for hiking, but for shooting this scene, I couldn’t have asked for much better. This time, though, it was a warm, […]

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Fast or slow?

I’m a sucker for waterfalls — even a little tiny one in the water feature of a neighbor’s landscaped yard. Something about the sound of cascading water can make me pause on my way home from a 4-mile hike and stand sweating in the sunshine long enough to play around with my camera settings. And since I can’t decide which […]

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Sense of hearing

The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Sense of Hearing. Anything you like to hear is allowed in this challenge.  I wasn’t too creative in my photos, but think about what you like to listen to:  a voice, the wind, the ocean, music, purr of a cat, birds singing, etc.  Be creative and have fun.  Most of […]

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