I’m not a huge advocate of fast food, but when I take road trips I do gravitate towards In and Out Burger. It doesn’t seem like a road trip unless I stop off here for lunch. Going through some images from last year I rediscovered this gem. I stopped in Carson Valley, Nevada on my way to Lone Pine, California. As I finished my double-double a storm was passing through and this beautiful rainbow magically a
The past few years there has been a lot of controversy about the Bush administration and other neo-conservative groups twisting scientific reports & findings on Global Warming or as it’s been dumbed down “climate change”. “The Politics of Science” from the Washington Post “Bush vs. the Laureates: How Science Became a Partisan Issue” from the NY Times “Scientists Ac
An image from back in the day of shooting slide film. A sunset view of Seal Rock here in San Francisco that is always fitting for Valentines Day. [tags]San Francisco, landscape, photo, photograph, sunset, Seal Rock, Valentine’s Day[/tags]
As part of a very delayed publication of images from my Photo A Day 2006 project, August images have been added to my Photo A Day page. Unfortunately these images were delayed due to my laptop biting the dust and an intense work schedule the past two weeks. More to come…
I’m flattered to see that my “Turning Tide” image of the Golden Gate Bridge has been coming up on Flickr Explore and front page. I think it might have first appeared on Sunday and seems to be coming up still today. Kinda neat 🙂
The news about the efforts of the Bush administration to change the protected status of the American Bald Eagle and removal from the Endangered Species Act spurred my memory of this photo taken back in 2003. Its tough not to look at these birds and think “regal”.
Sadly I find myself continually surprised by some of the changes that get pushed through Washington regarding land and wildlife protection. The lastest surprise is an effort by the Bush administration to remove the American Bald Eagle from the Endangered Species Act. As with other environmental issues the Bush administration is ignoring sound scientific evidence coming from with in and outside the government. I learn
I’ve had little time to work on images as of late, but as I looked through past shoots I caught an image that exemplified a subject that always stumps me. Camping in the back country, waiting out wildlife, working in harsh elements, timing magic light across a landscape, and so on pale in comparison to…