Ducks Paddling

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. Continue reading Ducks Paddling

NASA Scientist Says Epic Drought Leaving California With Only 1 Year Of Water Left

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… Continue reading NASA Scientist Says Epic Drought Leaving California With Only 1 Year Of Water Left

Sorting Photographs

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

What I learned about life after photographing people preparing to die

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… Continue reading What I learned about life after photographing people preparing to die