The Grand Central Market
Cloudy Photography in Downtown Los Angeles Finally a nice cool cloudy day downtown on December 22nd. Right before Christmas. It was hard to carry my motorcycle helmet and my camera. I need to figure out how to mount my helmet somewhere else while I am tooling around.
I only got a few minutes to snap but I liked these.
The US bank obscured by the clouds was a nice touch.
Mono Lake Mono Lake Tufa State Reserve A large, shallow saline soda lake in Mono County, next to the city of Lee Vining, California Mono Lake Tufa State Reserve This lake was formed at least 760,000 years ago as a terminal lake in an endorheic basin. This means minerals flowed in from underground rivers and then sprung up through the ground to create those amazing Tufas you see marking the shores.
Night Photography over San Fernando Valley A light dressed up and stitched together panorama of the valley. This overlooks the Warner Center.
Night Photography, San Fernando Valley, CA Night Photography, San Fernando Valley, CA I will just let the rest speak for themselves.
Hiking Lamarck Lake Originally shot in June 2015
Some of the GPS coordinates are off a little. That will be corrected for upcoming galleries. I am just figuring all these tools out.
BTW Sleeping on a hammock above Lake Lamarck is one of the best things ever. Worth the hike by itself.
Yosemite Valley - Panorama With a subject as beautiful as Yosemite Valley; A photographer can be pretty unskilled and under-funded and still take an amazing picture.
Location The original set was taken from the overlook at the tunnel. It faces El Capitan and Cathedral Peak.
Constructing a Panorama From that vantage point listed above I staged the camera on the tripod and took several portraits as close to combined as possible.
Yosemite National Park, CA Hiking in Yosemite
October 9 2015
I need to add more content but the pictures should speak for me. Supposing you need more than 1000 words to get the point.
Taking Pictures at the Sepulveda Dam Did a little scouting and shooting photography yesterday morning.
Just a couple highlights. I am of course shooting with my Canon EOS 60D
The fog was enough all by itself. I wished I could have stuck around for more of that. I will come back just for the morning fog and do a timelapse at some point.