Tag Archive: Feature

Snow day

Recent rains have sent  torrents of water pouring through creeks and streams. The downpour flooded Uvas Canyon Park where I had been planning a trip to see the waterfalls.  Luckily a friend called… Continue reading

Winter song

The rain and cold has arrived and with the change in season I made my last trip to Isenberg this season on Sunday to watch the sunset across the wetlands. The cranes were… Continue reading

The Morning Show

The first day of winter is still a couple of weeks a away yet the weather has turned cold and cloudy. I made on last trip to watch the sunrise at Isenberg this… Continue reading

Heavy Metal

I finally had a chance to go to my first airshow in years. The navy Flight Demonstration Team the Blue Angels was headlining  a day of aerial performance that include flights by Fifi,… Continue reading

First light

With storm clouds looming on the horizon I decided to take my chances and packed my gear a for an early morning sunrise adventure at Isenberg. Awake at 3 a.m. and on the road by 5… Continue reading

Change of season

November. The warm nights of October have slipped away as fall fades to winter. The days are getting shorter and long shadows are cast across the grass and reeds surrounding the wetlands. At… Continue reading

Moondance

With the biggest and brightest Supermoon for decades to come heading my way I was trying to figure out the best spot to capture the celestial vision when a friend called and asked… Continue reading

Coastal view

Valley views are nice but some times you just have to go coastal. A trip to the Marin Headlands and Point Bonita was just the ticket to erase some of the hillside humdrums… Continue reading

Knights tale

Sometimes it’s not about taking pictures it’s just about enjoying the experience. A recent trip to the covered Bridge at Knights Ferry was less about how many pictures I could take but how… Continue reading

Waypoint

Time has a habit of slipping by quickly, weeks turn into months and the first muddy hikes of winter are now the wildflower filled trips of spring. Work gets in the way and… Continue reading