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Wow. It’s been over two months since I last went out shooting. Today we took a long overdue day trip to Yosemite. I can’t wait to spend some more time there to get some sunrise and sunset shots.
There’s something about cold cloudy days that just scream to be shot in black and white. Mary and I took a day trip to Pacifica today to shoot this incredible dock. I’ll be going back when I find my wide angle lens that’s still buried in a box somewhere after the move.
The second to last weekend of exploring on my own has arrived. I’m looking forward to moving my wife out here so we can go back and explore these places, and many more, together. Today’s jaunt: Amdaor City.
You guessed it… More California exploring! This weekend: Bodega Bay. In case you can’t tell, I’m hooked on long exposure ocean shots with rocks these days. In attempt to mix it up a bit, I decided to try a few from a higher vantage point. I still prefer getting down on the beach, but it
I only had one photo destination on my radar this weekend: Sutter Creek. I spent about an hour walking up and down main street, doing everything in my power to avoid the wine tasting shops since I had to drive home. Still, a beautiful little town that I’ll go back to when I can get
Exploring NorCal again today. This adventure took me to Jack London State Park, where I got a few shot of the wolf house ruins and one of his grave… Chilling (with the right processing).
I don’t always move to California, but when I do I make the most of it! Out and about every weekend, exploring the land, take oodles of pictures. Here are some keepers I snagged today from Santa Cruz and an area just north of Davenport called the Pigeon Point Light Station.
My California exploration continues, albeit in a very subdued way today. A quick trip to the Effie Yeaw Nature Center near Sacramento was a nice way to spend an hour a warm March afternoon.
Keeping with the spirit of my recent fascination with long exposure beach shots, I took a drive to Big Sur yesterday to shoot some more. I hope you like them.
The benefit of following my Web site is that you’ll get to see my photos long before they hit Instagram or Facebook. If you follow me on Instagram (@scottspain), you’ll see more, as I only post my absolute favorites here on my Web site. So here are some shots from my recent trip to Maui