Tag Archive: California

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The Unexpected

Road Star in the Rocky Mountains. Though it was late May, I had to stop periodically to warm my hands up. A few years back when I returned home from a three-day motorcycle… Continue reading

Mystery Mining Machine

Like the replicar in the An Unknown Automobile post, I made this photo without knowing what the subject was. When I first looked at it I thought, “engine”. But after a few seconds… Continue reading

Glass and Wood

This is a crop of a photo in the Two Dollars Out Of Seven post. As often happens, there is no good reason for it to appear here, I just liked it. Nikon… Continue reading

Parking Space

Camera: Panasonic Lumix FX01. Location: Santa Rosa Mountains, California. Motorcycles: Yamaha V-Star 1100, Yamaha Road Star. Owned by Dan Underwood Sr. and Dan Underwood Jr., respectively.

Point Vicente Lighthouse

The Point Vicente Lighthouse stands on the most southwesterly point of the Palos Verdes Peninsula on the Pacific coast of California. It is sited at the north end of the Catalina channel. In… Continue reading

Desert

Water

Loma Linda Car Show Part 3

This is the third installment of photos from the 22nd Annual Veteran’s Memorial Car Show held in Loma Linda, California on October 7, 2012. I broke the group of photographs into three parts… Continue reading

Central Coast Wildlife

These photos were made along the Central Coast of California, at the Wilder Ranch in Santa Cruz. Click on the photo to the right to see the coyote standing on the road in… Continue reading

Elephant Seals

Northern Elephant Seals (Mirounga angustirostris), spend eight to ten months in the open ocean and can dive down to 5,000 feet. They return twice a year to the Piedras Blancas Rookery on US… Continue reading

Artist’s Palette

The Artist’s Palette is an area of the Black Mountains in Death Valley, California. A U-shaped one-way asphalt road, Artist’s Drive passes through the Palette. It is all about color. The colors in… Continue reading

Golden Light

This photo was captured on Mt. Rubidoux in Riverside, California when the sun was still less than 10 degrees above the horizon, which is why the light has a “gold” cast.

Mt. Rubidoux View

This is an early morning view to the east from Mt. Rubidoux. It appeared in Early 2010 Photos.

In The Canyon

Sycamore Canyon, that is. These photos were made during a hike in Sycamore Canyon on April 21, 2011. Like every Spring, the hills are green from the winter rains, and the wildflowers are… Continue reading

Gridiron

I don’t have much interest in watching American football. I played in High School, but it makes me a bit crazed when I to try to watch it on television or in a… Continue reading

Santa Rosa Blooming

The photos in this post are from April, 2010. Though I prepared them for the blog, I didn’t post them (and don’t remember why). The forecast for wildflowers this year seemed very good,… Continue reading