Tag Archive: Photography

Sun up

Technically sunrise or sun up is described as that moment when the upper limb of the sun appears on the horizon in the morning. At Isenberg it is that moment when the color… Continue reading

Just outside your front door

I have to admit, the view from my front yard was pretty spectacular as another storm system blew through town. I guess I should think about finding something else to photograph…  

Nightfall

Sunset at Isenberg brings a variety of changes to the landscape. The shadows grow longer as the sun sinks along the horizon, the colors in the sky grow warmer and the air is… Continue reading

Harvest moon

The first harvest moon in October in early a decade rose over Tracy this week. The harvest moon is the first full moon near the fall, also called autumnal, equinox, which took place… Continue reading

Chasing the sun

The partial solar eclipse above Tracy at maximum coverage, 10:17 a.m. There aren’t two many things people can share from coast to. To all be in that moment together. Usually it’s politics and… Continue reading

Ka-Boom

Fourth of July always presents a technical photo opportunity, photographing fireworks. I have to admit after a couple of years I have the formula down pretty good. A low ISO setting, the right… Continue reading

Sky high

Autumn’s arrival wasn’t marked with a change of colors but a wave of clouds passing through the area. Drought conditions still prevail and the clouds brought little chance of rain but did make… Continue reading

Daybreak

I had planned earlier this year for a series of visits to the Isenberg sandhill crane reserve outside Lodi but work and life kept me away. I managed to find time for one last… Continue reading