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The Milky Way and the Palisades

The Milky Way and the Palisades

The day started calm, blue bird Sierra sky at its finest. My son, Dylan, and I set out for a dream image I have wanted to shoot for years. The Milky Way over Temple Craig ... what a sight to see thi…
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Janurary Full Moon, Yosemite

Janurary Full Moon, Yosemite

During these crazy times, we are all doing our best to cope. Our hearts and prayers go out to all who have been affected by Coronavirus. For me, it has been a time to review older captures and consi…
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Winter Dawn, the Owens Valley

Winter Dawn, the Owens Valley

In these bizarre times we are doing our best to cope. This capture was done back in winter months before the current Coronavirus situation and after a rare large storm. I must admit that we are tirin…
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Dawn Magic, Death Valley NP

Dawn Magic, Death Valley NP

My wife, Margaret and I have made two trips to Death Valley this winter. The second was interrupted by news of the campground closure at Furnace Creek due to spread of the coronavirus. There is spotty…
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A Rainy Autumn Afternoon

A Rainy Autumn Afternoon

Have a wonderful Holiday!!!Here are some new thoughts!I’ve been sitting here in my Gallery, watching the snow falling, and falling, and thinking that I am not as happy with winter these days in my l…
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Autumn in Yosemite

Autumn in Yosemite

The Autumn of 2019 was not all that special here in the eastern Sierra. Some moments were beautiful, but overall there were two early freezes that wrecked all of the high Aspens. Later and at lower…
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First Autumn Color in Mammoth

First Autumn Color in Mammoth

Autumn is magic here in the Eastern Sierra. The season usually begins by the middle of September and lasts until the second week of November. 2019 was a huge, almost ugly winter. The spring color ch…
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Autumn in Tuolumne Meadows

Autumn in Tuolumne Meadows

Tuolumne Meadows is a special place for me and my family. Looking back over fifty years now, my first trips to the meadows were the end the college years I had planned for the future. I was starting…
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