Monthly Archives: March 2013
The valley may be fogged in around Medford, Oregon, but not the sunny view while hiking on a dirt road just a couple of miles up the hill! Advertisements
It can be a bit dizzying standing out on some slippery, craggy rocks, breathing in salt air, watching the pounding surf, the fog, and gray skies along the California coastal town of Ft. Bragg. It’s a favorite place of ours … Continue reading
En route from Oregon to Sacramento, or vice-versa. (We’ve ventured up and down Route 101 so many times in the past, I honestly don’t know if we were coming or going to Medford.) Fishing marinas always capture my soul, so … Continue reading
This, too, was a medium format black and white film image that was scanned and touched up a bit by adding a subtle blue filter overall then some red on the bricks. The entire front of this old mill has … Continue reading
While waiting for that ever-elusive fish to bite, a lone fisherman kicks back on the pier and watches some kayakers on Lake Higgins. This scanned and retouched image is from a 6×6 medium format film negative.
Last week was the 231st anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. On the morning of March 15, 1781, some 4,400 American troops, in various uniforms and country clothes, waited for battle at the county seat of Guilford Courthouse, … Continue reading
Just before the 231st anniversary “Reenactment of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse” last weekend, this hawk landed on a tree branch just above the crowd. Then . . . . . . when the battle lines were drawn and the … Continue reading
The yellow tile is a 4-inch square. The grouting between the tiles is just over 1/16″. Any guess of the size of this little bead of a spider?
Some macro “stacking” of this piece of coral.