Fort Ross, CA


Located in the scenic Sonoma coast, Fort Ross is a California state park well deserving of your visit. The Fort was founded by Russian immigrants and much of it's architecture reflects that past. Besides the interesting historical artifacts inside of the Fort, the visitor can also enjoy breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and a relaxing hike to the beach.




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Jack London State Park, CA

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Jack London State Historic Park is where the famous writer and adventurer Jack London lived up until his death in 1916. One of the most interesting areas of the park, photographically speaking, is the old house ruins. A bit spooky, but interesting nonetheless. A nice way to spend an afternoon.




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Northern California Coast

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Northern California beaches may not be the best place to swim or sunbathe (think sharks and freezing waters), but it certainly offers some of the most beautiful landscapes in the state. This is an assorted collection of my attempts at capturing that beauty.





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Death Valley and Alabama Hills, CA

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There are a few places that, by nature of their grandure and scale, make you feel small. California's Death Valley and Alabama Hills are two of those places. Following a weekend trip, I captured many photos in these two locations. Here are some of my favorites.




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Grinding Rock State Historic Park, CA

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Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills, near the city of "Volcano". The park offers great views of large valley oaks and meadows. The native Indians used to grind their supply of acorns in the grinding rocks which are still visible to this day. It's not a very well know park, so you won't normally find many visitors to interfere with your photography. Definitely worth a visit.




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Drake's Beach, Point Reyes

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There are many things to see in Point Reyes National Seashore in Northern California. Of all the beautiful beaches there, Drake's Beach remains my favorite. I was lucky enough to be there in an afternoon with a low tide and interesting clouds in the sky. This revealed rock structures that I had not seen before in earlier visits. The scenery was transformed, and presented great photographic opportunities...




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