Posts tagged ‘Redwoods’
Up at Moonstone Beach for supper and as we left the sun was just setting……
Whilst visiting our son and granddaughter we drove down the coast to Fort Brag where there is a glass beach, the pebbles are sea worn glass, much of it over 100 years old. I just loved the pelicans and cormorants at sunset! All of my images are for sale, size depends on the buyer and the picture, from 12 x 16 inch prints to canvasses at 40 x 30 inches, contact me for details. www.tamarvalleyphotos.co.uk
Trying to be efficient and sorting out new pictures for an upcoming exhibition (details to follow) I have just uploaded new images to my RPS portfolio (http://www.rps.org) so here is a taster of the new World within World series. These are two superimposed images which can confuse the mind! Enjoy……..
From Monday 12th December until Friday 16th December my exhibition of flower, Tamar Valley and Californian photographs was at Art at The Works in Tavistock. It was a great success with wonderful feedback and sales!! So, thanks to all that came. admired and bought!! For those that missed it here is a little view!
Yes, this is it – Tamar to Klamath an Exhibition of Photographs by me!! At Art at The Works, Tavistock. When? 12th to 16th December 2011 between 10am and 5pm each day. For further information visit http://www.tamarvalleyphotos.co.uk and http://www.artattheworks.co.uk for the gallery
Been travelling around!! On the Lost Coast, into the Gulch, the back of beyond and Redwoods. Weather has been mixed but with amazing sun and hot as well as rain and mist – I like 4 wheel drive on the rough wet roads……
Here are a few photos……..
Here are a few more – bit of a rush – sunset in Arcata after the rains, the Pacific Ocean from Route 1, a deer in a local park in Garberville and the odd view – enjoy!
Another trip to the Redwoods, this time with time and a tripod as it is dark in there! Also a few of a town we stay in. Also, on a trip to see friends in the outback we came around a corner (already reduced to a few MPH because of road conditions) and there were a few Elk, then more and more so we kept quiet and still as the bull has big antlers and would think nothing of attacking the odd car…
Plus one taken at night – there is no light pollution (no mains power for miles so no street lights) at all apart from the lights from the house so millions of stars and the Milky Way are visible!
Here we are in Northern California – a few redwoods and the coast range of mountains – more to come!