Monthly Archives: April 2011
This photo was taken yesterday at Point Reyes National Seashore. It’s a great time to be out with a camera if you like to photograph wildlife. Members of the deer family are growing new antlers. Babies are being born, both … Continue reading
This is another photo from the same spot as yesterday’s photo. It was taken moments earlier and with a wider field of view. Historic Old Saint Hilary’s Church is in the foreground. It was built in 1888. Local citizens … Continue reading
Two days ago I posted a photo of San Francisco taken from the town of Tiburon. It included a part of Tiburon, Angel Island and Alcatraz. I decided to go back last night to see what the scene looked like … Continue reading
These two bulls were sparring with their hooves because their antlers obviously aren’t ready for fighting. This photo was taken yesterday near Pierce Point Ranch just as the sun was setting. Chrysler was there shooting commercials for several of its … Continue reading
There is a hill in Tiburon that is a nice place to photograph San Francisco from. You not only get San Francisco, but Alcatraz Island, Angel Island and a piece of Tiburon itself.
I like and enjoy seeing all wild birds. Okay, I’ll admit that I like some more than others. Take today’s photo for example. It’s not a bald eagle. It’s not a peregrine falcon. It’s not a great gray owl. … Continue reading
This is a view of Fort Cronkhite from a ridge to the south of it. Fort Cronkhite was completed just before the attack on Pearl Harbor. The wood-framed buildings were considered “temporary” and housed barracks, mess halls, kitchens etc. They’re … Continue reading