Tag Archives: Del Mar Point

Cypress Cathedrals

(Click on any image to enlarge) On occasion I like to visit some of the many Monterey Cypress hedgerows here at Sea Ranch.   It was one of those quiet late afternoons and I headed out to one of my favorites … Continue reading

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More Sandstone Weathering

(Click on any image to enlarge) Finishing off the sandstone weathering theme, here are my final two images from my afternoon crawling over the rocks at Del Mar Point.  The first image was rather striking to me in how the … Continue reading

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Capturing the Sea in Motion – Continuing the Study

(Click on any image to enlarge) These images from Del Mar Cove here on Sea Ranch continue the study of the sea in motion.  For these images I used an extended exposure from 6 to 30 seconds.  As I mentioned … Continue reading

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A Return to Black and White

The beach is a wonderful place to experiment with black and white photography.  As much as I love the vibrant colors here along the Sonoma coast I’m still drawn to the challenge of creating different moods using black and white … Continue reading

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A Black and White Day at the Beach

I’ve been experimenting with my new camera and I thought I’d focus a little on some black and white photography.  The sand, surf, sky and sandstone rocks of the beach all conspire to produce great B&W images.  So I spent … Continue reading

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Continuing the Journey into Black and White

Recently I’ve been exploring the realm of black and white photography, specifically the conversion of digital color images to B&W.  I went back to Del Mar Point and also to one of my other favorite Sea Ranch haunts, Walk-on Beach … Continue reading

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Still Playing at the Beach

Okay, I never really stopped playing at the beach. Over the last few days I went back to Del Mar Point and Walk-On Beach here in Sea Ranch to continue working out with my 14-24mm lens. We’ve had some beautiful … Continue reading

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Rock Hopping at Del Mar Point, Sea Ranch, CA

I’ve showed some images from the Del Mar Point area of Sea Ranch before, but I thought I would share these images taken with my new 14-24 mm ultra wide angle lens.  This is a somewhat specialized lens and it will take … Continue reading

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A Day at the Beach

  Things have been a little busy here lately with deck refinishing and garden redesign and building a redwood garden bench (follow along on my “In the Shop Now- Redwood Garden Bench” page).  But October is probably the nicest weather … Continue reading

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Taming the Mid-day Sun with Black Glass

I have always been drawn to long-exposure images of the water.  You know those kinds of surreal images where the moving water basically turns to smoke.  I’ve taken quite a few over the years during the “Golden Hour” of the … Continue reading

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How long can you hold your breath? – Life between the Tides

One of my favorite times to head to the beach is during low tide.  The rocky coast here along Sea Ranch boasts some terrific spots for observing tide pools and the broader intertidal zone.  Whenever you’re in the intertidal zone, … Continue reading

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“On the Rocks”…..Again

Okay, one more time back to the rocks.  This area of Sea Ranch, Del Mar Point, is a little further north than where I shot the rock formations in my last post.  I’ve been in this general area before and … Continue reading

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