Here is a pair of videos that I’ve made while I was at Fallen Leaf Lake, CA. It’s of one Duck that came onto the beach that I was at and next to one of the docks at the property that I was staying at last fall. These videos were taken at the beginning of … Continue reading More Duck Videos
This was recently taken in Tucson, AZ around 8 to 10 pm on one evening last week.
Found it on Time.com, enjoy folks. Peter http://time.com/3851004/bad-vocabulary-eliminate/
A gallery of photographs that are of clouds with sun setting on them looking to the west, north west on Fallen Leaf Lake.
For some time I’ve been having – what could be or is a narrative type story going through my mind recently. It’s a type a of story that doesn’t have a person to person interaction. It is a story that takes place in point of time in about 50 to 60 years from now and … Continue reading A Narrative Story
Here are some photo’s of trees and sapling, along with sunlight coming through some trees.
Here is a few panoramic photographs that I took at Fallen Leaf Lake, South Lake Tahoe and the north end of Lake Tahoe, CA near and above Incline Village, NV – along the Mt Rose Highway. If you like to see please like or leave a comment below.
Here is a 25 second video of ducks paddling on Fallen Leaf Lake and it was during the evening/sunset hours one September day. There might be another video or two that I may post at some point – just don’t know when I would.
Originally posted on CBS San Francisco:
(CBS SF) – A NASA scientist is saying California only has about one year of water left in its reservoirs, after years of record drought. In an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, Jet Propulsion Laboratory / Caltech senior water scientist Jay Famiglietti cited data from NASA satellites, which…
Hopefully during the next two weeks I would be sorting and possibly adding some photographs that I’ve taken the last two years on to this blog. I know in the past I would post photos and don’t and I’m planning to now. I doubt that I would be able to upload all the photo’s that … Continue reading Sorting Photographs
Originally posted on Quartz:
Two years ago, Andrew George set out to prove there can be beauty—power, even—when we accept our own transience, our own mortality. Long drawn to what he calls the “accidental collaborations of mundane things,” the Los Angeles-based photographer started looking for a hospice where he might be able to learn from and photograph people in…
Originally posted on Framework:
The Moorish-style La Grande Station opened July 29, 1893, at 2nd Street and Santa Fe Avenue. In addition to the exotic architecture, La Grande Station featured lush gardens and later, a Harvey House restaurant. In the 1920s, summer discount tickets by all railroads brought a major influx of tourists to Los…
One thing that I want to do is to develop an iPhone App, the only thing is that I don’t what kind of App that I want to develop. Though, I could make an app for the sake of making one. This is one of those times where I want to do something, so I … Continue reading Would like to make an App
I’ve added some store links to the site on this page and on at amazon.com. It’s a way to help monetize this site in some fashion. The specific items that are on the online store are books on Alaska and photography type stuff. At some point I would be adding stuff to this site and … Continue reading Store links
A Photo gallery of a Sage field near Fallen Leaf Lake, South Lake Tahoe, CA.