Keeping up with my series of posts about photography destinations not far from the greater Sacramento area, I want to introduce my followers to Rush Ranch, a working ranch in Fairfield that offers a number of photographic possibilities.
I explore the in-camera multiple exposure technique on botanicals, using a Nikon Z50 and the average blend mode.
Back to the Cold Canyon for a wildflower walk with a camera, I spotted a number of adorable flowers. This post contains some photography tips.
I write about a hidden gem for springtime and fall photography, located on Pleasants Valley Road in California, off Highway 20, the South Yuba River State Park.
I write about the work of kazumasa Ogawa, a Meiji-era Japanese photographer whose work and life I find inspiring. I give a brief review and a reference to a book about him.
In this post, I write about a hidden gem for springtime photography and hiking, located between the town of Winters, in Yolo County, and the town of Rutheford, in Napa County: the UC Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve along Highway 128.
I describe what I have done in photography during January, 2022. A few random color photos, of botanicals and landscape, from my outings, are included.
In this post, I write about a hidden gem between Sacramento and the bay area along the i-80 highway, the Lagoon Valley Park in Vacaville.
Today’s featured photograph is a seasonal still life celebrating the harvest in the Northern Hemisphere.
Martis’ Creek Cabin near Tahoe last year was surrounded by yellow aspens and reminds me of the poem Autumn Day by Reiner Maria Rilke