Back to Mono Lake

We’re taking an anniversary trip in October to the Eastern Sierras. Excited to head back to Mono Lake, June Lake, etc, at a really great time of the year.

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Lone Walker

My friend Larry walking back to his car in the fog at Mt Tam.

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Otherworldly

From Rodeo Beach in Marin County, CA.

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Fall Fog

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Lightrays

Point Cabrillo Lighthouse in Mendecino County, CA.

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Sunset Walk

The sky was so fantastic this evening.

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Conferences

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Finally, some fog!

I got lucky a couple of weeks back and finally caught some early morning fog. I got up very early on a Friday on a hunch and made it over to the headlands. Saw Max there as well. Great morning. More and more I’m enjoying monochrome for my landscapes, and this fits well with my new penchant for B&W.

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Majestic

I love big cats. A relaxed picture for #caturday.

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Inspired

I saw a picture by Swee Oh recently from a trip to the San Francisco zoo. You can find it here: plus.google.com/102390118349128083852/posts/9WtZQmnnxBx . It was inspiring. My family went to the Oakland zoo this weekend, and this is my much poorer imitation of the processing in that image. Swee should really teach a class in how she processes, because I’m really loving the B&W images I’m seeing from her recently. Great job Swee!

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