Deep in a canyon, along a creek, backlit by late afternoon sun . . .
You should see these in a strong wind!
There are a lot of colors to be seen in the scrub of Southern California.
I went hiking with a friend along a creek in Santa Barbara County . . . pushed up against a log, these fallen leaves let me know that autumn was here and summer was winding down.
From the perspective of this image, it is not really possible to see what this tree looks like. Eucalyptus trees tend to grow straight up . . . somehow, sometime, this one toppled over and continued to grow. “E+J” were here, rather than Kilroy. BTW, this is a pano of about 8 images.
As you can see, I’ve been out walkin’ the tracks!
Panoramas are rather a bit of fun to make – I didn’t expect this curve at all, and really think it is rather cool!
Sunset along the Carpinteria Bluffs.
As I move images from hard drive to hard drive (I am running out of space!), I am coming across some I have forgotten about. This one is a merging of two photos and pushed beyond reality. I may have already posted this, but I liked it enough to post it (again).
When we were in Mammoth Lakes last August, we took the gondola to the top of the mountain. I’ve never been on a ski lift before, so it was quite the experience! I felt like an excited kid, got a bit seasick, and totally enjoyed myself.